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hide damage to plastic
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Hey guy's

Does anyone have some ideas as how I could hide a lirtle scratch to rhe back parr of my mirror it got clipped my neighbour I had thoughtnof back to black just to take away the obvious white marks. Is there anything that may work better

Cheers
paul
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(13-02-2014, 10:28 AM)steelviper Wrote:  Hey guy's

Does anyone have some ideas as how I could hide a lirtle scratch to rhe back parr of my mirror it got clipped my neighbour I had thoughtnof back to black just to take away the obvious white marks. Is there anything that may work better

Cheers
paul
I am assuming it's black plastic as you are thinking about using back to black. If this is the case google using a hot air gun. This might be of use depending on the type of damage. Have used hot air gun on black plastic bumpers to remove light damage and fading. Try getting rid of the white marks with a solvent if it's white paint.
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