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Joolsm

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Sadly I had my first wrestle with a post today. It could have been worse but I’ve scuffed the skirt and wall of the MH. Does anyone have any good ideas about how to clean it up and repair the damage myself?
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Most of that should polish out.
Is the trim dented ? It's hard to tell
Edit, I think it is dented, so probably mean a new piece of trim

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Apr 22, 2018
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A good polish would remove the majority of that. I personally wouldn’t use TCut. Not good for plastics. There are better cutting compounds.
 

Jez1966

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So as it is a thin "layer of plastic" you may be able to remove by simply rubbing with your finger if thick enough or with a plastic scraper/credit card.
Use abrasives (T-Cut) very very gentle if required.
 
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Try a gentle household cleaner first like Pink Stuff or Jif type cleaner. If no success progressively use stronger ones but be gentle.
 
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Joolsm

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Thanks for the replies. I tried the credit card and it didn’t do anything. We’re en route to the UK at the moment so when we get there I’ll have a go with the Jif. I’m currently thinking if I ignore it, it might go away…I’m avoiding walking past that side of the vehicle!

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