How can I remove a paint scuff on my car?

scuff markYour gone to a shopping centre and when you come out you have noticed some nice person has scraped your car leaving there paint on your car!
Problem:
Another car recently scraped the side of my vehicle, leaving a scuff of paint from there car to yours.
If no indentation or scratch, but the other vehicle left its mark behind in a very difficult-to-remove paint scuff.
Test:
The easiest way to check if the scratch is deep, run tip of your fingernail across the scratch, if your nail gets stuck in a scratch , it will not buff out,
But sometimes general public touch up scuff marks that can be wiped off with a little solvent on a towel,it’s funny,I’ve seen it many times.
Get few drops of polish on a soft micro fibre and try to rub the scratch out, if you see it going away, most likely it’s just a scuff,
if it appears to be a little deeper, take it to a professional auto body workshop.
half the time scratches can be sanded down and polished.
Alcohol will not do anything,but make your scratch sterile… try a Nail Polish Remover, it works fine.
Do a feel test to see if it raised and it has not removed your paint.
1.Clean the area that has a scratch or scrape.
Wash the car panel with a car wash. Dry the area thoroughly with a clean micro fibre cloth.
2.Apply car wax or polish. This is the least abrasive measure for taking care of fine scratches. Sometimes it is all that is needed to get rid of a scratch.
3.Apply acetone to the scrape. Auto detailing solution can be used, but acetone products, such as nail polish remover, work just as well. Moisten a clean, white cloth with acetone and wipe it lightly over the scratch. Continue applying the acetone until the scrape or scratch vanishes.
4.Rub in some car rubbing compound. If the scratch does not disappear after applying the acetone, get some car rubbing compound and a buffing pad.
The car rubbing compound can be found at any auto parts or body detailing store.
5. apply a finishing polish or cleaner wax.
If still there.
More than likely, if they show up white, they are deep and they have hit primer. If they are very minor, they can be buffed out, but it will take a little bit of work.
Take it to a Auto body workshop and have them take a look at it.

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