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Old 06-10-2011, 07:24 PM
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mini torch on bumpers to stop them from being fur burgers?

I was told not to put 80 grit on bumpers anymore cause the primer is thin but I've heard if after you put 80 on it you use a mini torch and quickly go over the fur burger and it burns off off the plastic bumper. Can anyone vouch for that?

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I guess it depends on the extent of the damage. 90% of the time you are going to have to put primer on the repair area anyway.
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I mean not burn off the bumper but burn off the fur left from 80 grit, which helps instead of having to go over it with 180 and 320 forever.
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