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I was pulling into my friend's driveway yesterday and there's still these large snow banks from the large snowfall we had a week ago... Well I hit a little of it, I thought it was just my tire running it over so I didn't think much of it. I looked at it today and it turns out I scratched my front bumper a little... The scratches are pretty minor and you can't really see them unless you're up close. Could some wax cover it up?

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are you through the paint and into the primer? If so, the rubbing compound ain't gonna help. You'd have to touch it up. If you're not into the primer, there's lots of polishes out there that can help remove scratches and swirl marks. I like Griot's Garage products personally and I know they have hand polishes as well as machine polishes for use with a random orbital that would take it right out.
 

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or get the autovisual pen.......sponsor, i heard its awsome for touch up's
 
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