Restoring My Mach 1 Chin Spoiler

Discussion in 'Exterior and Interior' started by Carnage281, Jun 17, 2015.

  1. Carnage281

    Carnage281 Active Member

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    So I posted a few pics of my car in the another thread not to long ago when it was hit by some guy in his lifted pick up. Thankfully the damage looks worse than what it is and is currently being fixed. So I just took my chin spoiler off of what's left of my bumper and noticed a few faded spots and a few scars/scuffs on it. Do you guys know any methods to get rid of the scuff marks and faded spots?
     
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    I had one that had a few scuffs and faded spots. I just painted it with plastidip. Worked great, filled in the scuffs and looked oem.
     
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    Yeah I thought about doing that. Do you have to sand the surface when using plastidip or do you just spray it on and your good to go?
     
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    Just spray it.
     
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    Alright thanks for the help guys.
     
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    Of course clean the surface before adding anything. But no I didn't have to sand.