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post #1 of 8 Old 10-11-2012, 08:23 PM Thread Starter
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First time posting, looked it up and didnt c any one who posted on fixing the problem, but anyways get off of work at 11 walk out to my truck and looks like some A$$ keyed a spot on my passengers side door about 12" long. besides sanding then rubbing compound then polishing compound any one have any ideas that would be easier it doesnt look to deep, wont know till i c some light on it. Thanks ahead of time
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you'll have to post some pictures, but it sounds like you already know what needs to be done. good luck-

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can you feel the edge, or can you see primer. it may just need to be rubbed out ( try meguirars ULTIMATE COMPOUND ) then and hand glaze to polish to shine. it is in the primer, it will need paint work of some kind.

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i would be so pissed! sorry to here about that. Elbow greace if its not through the clear coat
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That sucks. Sorry to hear. Do u hav any idea who would hav done that and why ?

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A lot is going to depend on how deep it goes. If just a surface scratch, steps stated above will probably work - If it goes all the way to the metal, then you'll have to do other things.


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You are lucky they only went 12" with it. Just like everyone else said, if it isn't deep you can probably take it and have it buffed out.

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What kind of jack@22 does something like that? Probably someone jealous they don't own a truck like you.
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