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I have no idea what this is. This vehicle was used and I purchased it last Thursday. I have washed the car and scrubbed the marks but they're not coming off. Does anyone know of any markers or something to cover up these marks? Would plasti dipping work too?
 

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Plasti dipping on your Jeep will work but you will have to do the whole fender to match.

I use it on my JKUR on the fenders to cover up all the scrapes.
 

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Heat gun can remove some scratches, just don't over do it.
I use a heat gun on the interior panels to remove scratches.
Yes, heat gun. But go easy or you can melt more than you want.
 

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I use Griots Garage Vinyl and Rubber Dressing, https://www.griotsgarage.com/product/vinyl+rubber+dressing.do?sortby=ourPicks&from=Search been using it for years. I like that it doesn't give a greasy shiny look, just darkens it and doesn't attract dust like Armorall and such products (I can't stand a greasy/shiny dash, tires or trim, I like the clean look, not the wet look). It won't remove scratches, but it "hides" them quite well. It's much pricier than items you find at the auto store/Wal-Mart, but you get what you pay for. A little bit goes a long way.
 

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I have no idea what this is. This vehicle was used and I purchased it last Thursday. I have washed the car and scrubbed the marks but they're not coming off. Does anyone know of any markers or something to cover up these marks? Would plasti dipping work too?
I have had great luck getting rid of marks like yours using the Turtle plastic shine treatment. Apply liberally, all to sit for a few minutes and rub it in with a rag until the marks fade or disappear.
 
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