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Old 04-22-2015, 06:18 PM   #1
Sean Bateman
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Repair scuffs to carbon fiber splitters?

I'm on my phone, not computer, and did my best to search for this topic so forgive me in advance if the answer is somewhere.

I've scuffed up my carbon fiber splitters on my CSL replica bumper. Usual stuff -- too fast over speed bumps, cement parking space stoppers, etc.

What's the best way to repair (or camouflage more like it) these scuffs? I know I can just get replacement splitters for about $100 a set, but for now I'd just like to smooth out (disguise) the scrapes/scuffs until I'm able to do other work to the body (new hood, new trunk, eventually).

Also, there's a couple small cracks. Probably rocks from the highway. Nothing major. Thanks!
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