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Dashboard Scuffs

Old 04-21-2015, 06:12 PM
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Dashboard Scuffs

There's a few scuffs on the passenger side of the dadhboard from the previous owner and I'd like to know if anyone has ever treated something like this or had any ideas...
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Old 04-23-2015, 09:02 AM
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100 views and no suggesting i never understood that.. Well, you can try Mr Clean magic eraser with a very gentle hand and some soap water if it is indeed a "Scuff" meaning it is a transfer of another material on the dash and I am sure it is from some douche putting his or her feet on the dash with their sneakers or shoes on.
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Old 04-23-2015, 09:27 AM
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100 views and no suggesting i never understood that.. Well, you can try Mr Clean magic eraser with a very gentle hand and some soap water if it is indeed a "Scuff" meaning it is a transfer of another material on the dash and I am sure it is from some douche putting his or her feet on the dash with their sneakers or shoes on.
I'm not sure what it was from, but i'll stop by the store later and get a magic eraser. any way to buff it out if it turns out to be a scratch not a scuff?
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Old 04-24-2015, 06:28 PM
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100 views and no suggesting i never understood that.. Well, you can try Mr Clean magic eraser with a very gentle hand and some soap water if it is indeed a "Scuff" meaning it is a transfer of another material on the dash and I am sure it is from some douche putting his or her feet on the dash with their sneakers or shoes on.
Well, no luck with the magic eraser. Must be into the surface not on top. Fairly shallow scrapes, wondering if there's a leather/plastic treatment I can put on it. Not sure what material the dashboards are made of
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Old 04-26-2015, 06:18 AM
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I have now clue, try a oil or something that might blend it in??? The only thing I can think of next is going to find the correct shade of paint and spray it <~ good luck on that one..
If you do ever get it fixed post it here.
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I think you can't permanently remove that scuff, but you can surely hide it by using a interior dressing.
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Old 05-23-2015, 08:38 PM
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I think you can't permanently remove that scuff, but you can surely hide it by using a interior dressing.
What would you reccomend?
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