If you can't feel it, I would suggest a wash and wax with some elbow grease and that thing should buff right out.Originally Posted by 302@12psiWell the other weekend someone who for anger issues I'll refuse to name attempted to enter my vehicle with a golf size umbrella. It turns out the wind caught said umbrella and one of the ends touched the passenger side rear window. At first the only thing I could think of was the scracthes that I'd see next time I washed the car, but after a quick look I didnt see anything.
It has been raining ever since then (stupid MD weather) but today the sun came out for 30 mins. So I go and look for any further damage. I find a small scratch on the passenger side front door, under the door handle. After thinking of the point of impact from the umbrella to the pass. rear window, I highly doubt that the umbrella caused this mark due to it's location.
However I do want to get the mark off of the paint if possible. I took my finger to the mark and gentle rubbed it. It appeared most of it rubbed off. What would be your next suggestion? Do you think some wax might buff it out after a wash? Or should I just wait another month until I polish the car? The car did have a recent coat of wax on it (under a week old) so I know the scrape is recent. It didnt appear to be below the paint or anything as I couldnt feel anything but smoothness when I ran my finger over it. Will this be a scratch that will always be there or does anyone have any secerts at removing them. Thanks