Anyone know if there is a product that would fix a few scratches on the rear plastic bumper? On the top part (only visible when you are right behind the vehicle looking from above) I sort of scratched it. They aren't deep scratches, but I don't really know what I can use to cover them up. Any suggestions?
I've been looking into something similar, since I recently got some scrapes/scuffs on the cream-colored plastic trim inside my cargo area (had to carry a piece of furniture that had to be jammed in to fit). What I've learned is that most scratch removers, plastic polishes, etc., are meant for smooth surfaces
. On a textured surface, they might eliminate the scratch, but would leave you with a shiny, polished area in the middle of the otherwise grainy-looking plastic.
I think that what you (and maybe I) need instead is something to fill in
the mark rather than abrade it away. Something similar to those touchup pens made for paint scratches, but intended for plastic instead. If you can't find such a product, you might try a Sharpie (permanent marker) in gray. 12 Sharpie Fine Point Earl Gray Permanent Markers on eBay!
Go over the scratch with the pen, then apply a trim sealant or dressing to the entire bumper. I bet it would look better than it does now.