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      03-27-2018, 09:11 AM   #1
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Removing Spider Webbing

Was washing my car the other day, and notcied spider webbing on my rear bumper. Seems like someone must have bumped into me while parked at work....

You can barely notice, but as many of you probably understand, once you see the imperfection it is all you can see.

Anyway, what would be the best way to remove, or at least make these less noticeable.

Appreciate the help.
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Was washing my car the other day, and notcied spider webbing on my rear bumper. Seems like someone must have bumped into me while parked at work....

You can barely notice, but as many of you probably understand, once you see the imperfection it is all you can see.

Anyway, what would be the best way to remove, or at least make these less noticeable.

Appreciate the help.
We actually need some pics for a further discussion.
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Polish and wax to make it less noticeable
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Attached are the images, pardon the salt. Spring just won't come here in philly, keep getting hit with random snow storms.

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Was washing my car the other day, and notcied spider webbing on my rear bumper. Seems like someone must have bumped into me while parked at work....

You can barely notice, but as many of you probably understand, once you see the imperfection it is all you can see.

Anyway, what would be the best way to remove, or at least make these less noticeable.

Appreciate the help.


Get the bumper repainted. Spider-webbing means it is cracked. Polishing or waxing won't fix that.
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Attached are the images, pardon the salt. Spring just won't come here in philly, keep getting hit with random snow storms.

Thanks again.
Your paint is cracked on your bumper . It requires a re-paint job .
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Yeah that's what i figured. Thanks for the help guys.
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