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    Deep scratch

    Hi guys, new at the forum

    I want to ask u guys if this scratches can be fixed by touch paint (fill, sand, paint, polish etc) or if u think is better another way.

    3 scratches - Album on Imgur

    if u can give your opinion i thanks very much

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    Re: Deep scratch

    This actually looks like the paint/suface below it (possibly repair work) is cracked/cracking. I would say that the only way to repair this would be to redo the panels involved.
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    Re: Deep scratch

    Is the first picture of your bumper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rsurfer View Post
    Is the first picture of your bumper?
    nope, only the biggest is from the bumper, the other 2 are above the wheel.

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    Re: Deep scratch

    Quote Originally Posted by Sizzle Chest View Post
    This actually looks like the paint/suface below it (possibly repair work) is cracked/cracking. I would say that the only way to repair this would be to redo the panels involved.
    Based on the pics, I agree with Sizzle Chest. Re do the panels. Repainting them would be the only way to fix this. In one photo the paint is actually coming off the base.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sizzle Chest View Post
    This actually looks like the paint/suface below it (possibly repair work) is cracked/cracking. I would say that the only way to repair this would be to redo the panels involved.
    sry what u mean by redo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gigapt View Post
    sry what u mean by redo?
    Repaint the panel. Remove all the old paint->reprime->rebasecoat->reclear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EngineerNate View Post
    Repaint the panel. Remove all the old paint->reprime->rebasecoat->reclear.
    thanks for explanation, and thanks to all for the opinions

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