Here’s the best way to repair a paint scuff on your car

Paint scuffs are annoying, aren’t they? You come back and see your car damaged and have no idea how it happened because the culprit fled without even a note. At least that’s what ChrisFix hadĀ happened to him. So after venting about his car being damaged, he shows us how to repair those nasty paint scuffs with stuff you may have around the house. Unlike certain questionable how-to’s floating around, this how-to shows that WD-40 can be useful, but is not a miracle cure that can just be sprayed on and wiped off. Containing mineral spirits, the WD-40 softens the paint and makes it easier to scrub off, though it still takes some elbow grease. You didn’t think it would be that easy, did you?

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