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Old 02-19-2016, 09:02 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by tada View Post
You can actually take a clay bar to the clear bra and you may be able to get the scuff out of the bra
Originally Posted by Porsche9 View Post
Try some of the same stuff that's used to correct faded headlights. I just used a 3M kit (bought at the local auto store for $15 and it includes the bit, various grits of sandpaper and polish) on my daughter's Mini and it worked wonders. They look like new again. The clear bra isn't too different. The only tool you need is a drill and some time.
Thank you for these suggestions. The detailing guy told me he would probably use a wool pad on his polisher. Not sure what polish he would use.

I will try this weekend and post results!
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