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Have checked my database, and there are a lot of possibilities - is the damaged area the same colour as the rest of the car, or is it a grey plastic (i.e. rubbing strip) colour?
As previously mentioned, the plate on the drivers 'b' pillar should indicate this - strange Renault wouldn't know that?
A plasticiser wouldn't normally be needed if the area is prepped properly, and a normal primer is used beforehand. Plasticisers would normally be used if you were painting directly
onto the plastic (without using a primer).
If you can answer my first question, and provide the code (i.e. MV 632), then I may be able to give you a paint code for the relevant part of your bumper (it will help narrow the search in any case).
Hope that helps,
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