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Bumper Stain

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Hi all

I have a 2004 Ford Ka and on the rear bumper their are stain marks. These are like rain drops but they have dried into the bumper. Do you have any ideas how to remove this. I have been told it could be grease or something similar. Any help would be greatly received.

Many Thanks

Adam

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Is it a black unpainted bumper or is it painted. If unpainted some back to black could cover it or you could try smooth peanut butter. The oils in it help clean and bring back the original colour.

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Is it a black unpainted bumper or is it painted. If unpainted some back to black could cover it or you could try smooth peanut butter. The oils in it help clean and bring back the original colour.

if grease or oil try wd40 or break/disk cleaner to remove the stain then use a gel to put the black luster back onto the bumper.

this is what i use

http://reviews.halfords.com/4028/448928/reviews.htm

thanks for the advice i will look try these ideas and hopefully it will sort the problem.

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if grease or oil try wd40 or break/disk cleaner to remove the stain then use a gel to put the black luster back onto the bumper.

this is what i use

http://reviews.halfords.com/4028/448928/reviews.htm

The Gel is good stuff. There are cheaper versions. I use Simoniz stuff on our cars to great effect

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you get what you pay for btmaldon.as you said theyer are plenty on the market but i just posted the halfords link to give the fellow member an idea of whats out there. i prefer meguires polishes for the paintwork but lets not go dowm whats the best products as we all got our own idea of whats best or best pricewise.

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