How can you remove another car's paint from the bumper of your car?
Contact you local automotive paint store. The should have the correct products. The major companines are 3M and Mequiers. "Goo Gone" works great! Or, Mr. Clean's Magic Eraser used VERY lightly.
IF its just the paint , try 1500 grit wet sanding , then get a buffing/polish compout for the cars original paint for after you sanded off the foreign paint
So yes - if it's just the other car's paint that is on your car, you can get it buffed out. I'm speaking from prior experience. I've also hit a yellow pole, where the pole's paint got onto my bumper and it was easily buffed (polished) out.
If the scratch appears thin and white, it probably hasn't penetrated through the clear coat.If it is body-colored or shows metal, you've got a deeper problem. You should go to an Overspray shop, surely they know what will they do to your car.
check out the online repair manual for your car at autozone.com its free and it helped me find all the fasiners for the plactic bumper cover for my 1979 mustang when I was getting it ready for paint Most American cars remove the back seat by simply pushing the seat toward the back of the car and pulling up at the same time (the seat part). You can then get to the bolts that hold…
A push bumper or push guard is an attachment to an existing bumper, mostly on trucks or larger cars, that is designed to protect both vehicles and both bumpers when one vehicle is used to push another vehicle out of traffic or out of some other jam. Look at a police car the next time you are out, the big grate looking thing attached to the front bumper is the push guard.
Hi i am a big collecter of die cast cars. I have had one of my die cast cars for about 20 years since its been past down from generations. what i do to protect the paint is spray alittle paint sealer like ones you put on cars. This will prevent the paint from scratching or pealing off. another thing is to fine either a showcase box of a safe place to put them.