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      04-15-2021, 08:02 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by tcphoto View Post
You think that you can do a better job of painting than a shop? Add a lip and cover up the damage, it looks a lot more than rash. What did you hit?
My hopes and dreams. They were in the shape of a low cement curbs...

I'm reticent to have the whole bumper repainted. I was thinking that I could address the scuffs on the lower portion...some sort of lip or cover I could put over the lower portion with adhesives maybe. I don't know. Never had this problem. That is why I am looking for solutions that others have found who had similar issues. I'm not afraid to spend money to get the bumper repainted, just worried that a shop won't be able to accurately colour match 14 year old slightly faded BMW metallic green.
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