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Old 25th May 2007
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Default Lightly scraped one of my rims...

So, I was pulling up to the curb this morning to park, got a little to close and light scraped my r/f rim. It isn't a gash, but I notice it.

I don't want to get the rim re-finished or anything like that, but was wondering if there is anything I can get to use on it to smooth it out, like sand paper or something?

Or should I just Let it Be?
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If it is painted or clearcoated leave it alone, sanding will only remove more clearcoat or paint....you can probably touch it up...if plain metal, you might be able to sand and buff a bit depending on the depth.
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I found a great site for any detailing / paint repair advice. Check out autopia.org:

http://autopia.org/forum/detailing-a...scratches.html

Lot of work, but effective (until the next time it happens).

Bryan
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