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I can thank the trash man for my first scratch in my bumper. I found one can against the back of my truck the other morning. Today I found a rough area where the can was...jerk.

Anyway, the area looks kind of white where the plastic was scraped up-kind a hairy looking-it's more than just the paint off. Does any one know a good way to fix this?? If I put touch up on it it will look like a black hairy patch....oops. :D
 

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Sorry to hear Maybearidge. We certainly dont want the RL growing hair-lol.These guys just dont appreciate the RL or anyone property. I believe theres a proper procedure for applying touch-up paint ( I got the pen touch-up the other day from Handa). Had 3 milli. dot scrape just appear on my bumper which was easy to fill in. Yours however would probably require smoothing out preferably after touch-up application, with some type of small fine sandpaper buffing action. Maybe someone has additional info. Hope this helps, from an amateur.
 

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ok thanks....I may wait-I did see a tiny spot where it looks like the paint may be peeling soon...yes I got black :mad:
 

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I have same problem from a rack in my garage as I get out, on my driver side. DuH! I moved the rack now, but also is there a touch up way for minor scrathes on the bed liner material? ( 2007)
 

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I have same problem from a rack in my garage as I get out, on my driver side. DuH! I moved the rack now, but also is there a touch up way for minor scrathes on the bed liner material? ( 2007)


Some will probably rub out when you wash. If not, try a black magic marker or black paste shoe polish. Works for me.:)
 

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BluRidge said:
Sorry to hear Maybearidge. We certainly dont want the RL growing hair-lol.These guys just dont appreciate the RL or anyone property. I believe theres a proper procedure for applying touch-up paint ( I got the pen touch-up the other day from Handa). Had 3 milli. dot scrape just appear on my bumper which was easy to fill in. Yours however would probably require smoothing out preferably after touch-up application, with some type of small fine sandpaper buffing action. Maybe someone has additional info. Hope this helps, from an amateur.
Is the pen still available? I looked through H and A and only found the Bed pen. Did I miss it?
 

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dawgleglefty said:
I have same problem from a rack in my garage as I get out, on my driver side. DuH! I moved the rack now, but also is there a touch up way for minor scrathes on the bed liner material? ( 2007)
There is a touch-up kit for the bed available from the H and A website.
 
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