Figured you folks might know some tricks besides what Google and find me.
Tried getting out of a parking garage the other night by going around the lift bar as the machine would not let me out.
Left a prettyyy long paint buff on the side of my car, basically a long white line of white paint, over the my car's black paint, from the rail I was attempting to get around.
Definitely looks like something I should be able to buff off without a huge scratch being left behind so I would like to fix it without leaving anymore damage.
This is the best image I could find that's similar to my car.
Mineral spirits or lacquer thinner to take out the white paint and then assess the damage. If you can run your finger over it and feel a gouge then it will need to be sanded down and repainted. If you think it's just in the clear coat then sand it down with 1000-3000 grit and then compound/polish
Not op but been there before:
>get permit upon entering garage
>go do stuff, get back, and pay at pay station in garage
>go to exit in car, permit reader says "ACCESS DENIED" despite the fact that its shitty cousin just took six of my dollars
>push big "PUSH FOR HELP" button, but they ran out of help I guess and the machine doesn't dispense any
>have to stealthily drive over bush and out of the lot
This shit works wonders. Seriously, spray some on a soft cloth and it takes everything out of your paint. I use it to get tar or whatever the hell off when I clean my cars.
That's completely backwards.
The fine glaze will make the tops of the horribly deep cuts smooth but not remove them. Using Rough cut after that will just make more cuts. Quit trolling bruh.
Use roughest compound you think you will need and the finer ones to shine it up