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... luna lander is spot on, however if its really just a scuff that doesnt need filled and your confident then smooth over the area with micro wet and dry (1500) then use 3M Finesse-it
and some good polishing cloths, and put the elbow grease to work or if you have a polishing mop (red) polish it very wet at 2000rpm and keep it wet or it'll burn.
You'll need to get the stuff below from bodyshop supplies or paint disti.
The 3M will cost you approx £15/ltr
The cloths £5 ish (ask them to split the pack)
A red mop will cost £5 ish (only if you have a polisher/mop.)
You'll be amazed, but if its a gouge into the plastic/metal then luna lander is right, bite the bullet and get it fixed by a bodyshop.
Hope it helps
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