I know, an odd question...
A while back I had a little oops (my high + stock mirror mounting point = major front left blind spot)...
My front bumper met the plastic wheel cover of the other car. Side story: It's funny how a cheap plastic Honda hub cap (the only part hit/damaged) costs so much
I would even bet they never even changed out the hub cap let alone got an alignment or whatever else they bilked my insurance out of.
The hub cap was silver/gray and it LOOKS like it left paint on my bumper.
The edges of the scrape are not that rough over most of the boo boo. There are some places where I can feel the edge where it was scratched.
Anyway... since it is already messed up and I don't have the cash to fix it at the moment, I figured I may try to use some rubbing compund and see if I can get that junk off of there.
Before I even attempt it, if anyone knows what color our raw plastic panels are... I dont want to end up rubbing and buffing what may be raw plastic already.
Here's a pic... don't mind the bugs and sorry about the low light, but actually I think the flash shows that it is more the silver gray paint from the hub cap. I am kind of excited to try and clean this junk off now.
Does that look more like it left paint on my bumper vs scraping off my paint? I didn't see any black left on the hub cap. We actually had a hard time spotting where it hit.