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removing rubber and hiding scratches


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first off I have never really done any kind of detailing. just wash the car dry it kind of stuff.

my fiance has a cbr 600 with a 3 stage candy paint. while riding a week ago we hit a road cone that someone had thrown out in the road at night. the black side of the orange cone was facing us so we didn't see it until we hit it (almost went down thank god I saved it).... what it did was leave black rubber down the bottom and some light scratches in the top layer of clear.

what im wanting to know is what can I use to clean the rubber off without harming the clear then what will I need to use to help hide those scratches. it really doesn't look like the scratches made it past the clear but if it made it to the candy green is there any help for it?

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Guest WASHBOY

Go to your local auto store and pick up a rubbing compound and a application pad. Use a little elbowl to remove. Friction will be your best freind in this proccess. Also, I suggest that you wax you vehicle once you have completed this step.

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