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Try some rubbing compound if there isn't a dent.

Ya know, women really shouldn't be driving automobiles..........


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Very funny, Ted. :) I admit it. I am accident prone. It's been about 3 years since I backed into something else. I have a hard time seeing the rear passenger side of the car.

So, I can use a rubbing compound and do it by hand instead of using a buffer? It might be safer that way! LOL
 

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Hand applied compound is safer if you've no experience with powered buffing. A buffer can quickly remove too much or "burn" the finish if not kept moving. Best of luck with the results! Wife had similar...had a detailer professionally buff the newly acquired paint off for less than $100.
 
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