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So I washed the wifes toy this past weekend when my powerwasher hose brushed against the back bumper. It left a scuff mark that is faint, however when you look for it you can find it.
I have tried black turtle wax to buff it out, but its still there.
Any suggestions? Its on the plastic bumper.
Trust me, my heart broke when I saw the scuff.
 

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2010 LTZ said:
So I washed the wifes toy this past weekend when my powerwasher hose brushed against the back bumper. It left a scuff mark that is faint, however when you look for it you can find it.
I have tried black turtle wax to buff it out, but its still there.
Any suggestions? Its on the plastic bumper.
Trust me, my heart broke when I saw the scuff.
On th epaint or plastic cladding?

Either way, try Mr. Clean Magic Eraser.

If it is on the paint try a light rubbing compound or sometimes I find a bug and tar remover will work.
 

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I saw a commercial for Nu-finish scuff remover yesterday on TV.
 

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Thanks for the input.
I tried the Mr. Clean Eraser and it did not help.
Next attempt, NuFinish
 
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