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Old 12-11-2011, 02:54 PM   #22
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Everyone is too nice here........way too nice.
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It's not my truck but its still pissing me off! I'd go ape shit!! I'd sit in my truck until he came out and ask him WTF his problem was!

If you don't like confrontation, try pouring fish juice into his air intake at the bottom of his windshield. Or sugar in the gas tank.

Of course, I'm just joking and would not indorse these illegal activities!!

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Old 12-11-2011, 02:57 PM   #23
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+1

It's not my truck but its still pissing me off! I'd go ape shit!! I'd sit in my truck until he came out and ask him WTF his problem was!

If you don't like confrontation, try pouring fish juice into his air intake at the bottom of his windshield. Or sugar in the gas tank.

Of course, I'm just joking and would not indorse these illegal activities!!

+1 Not fish juice tho, heard asians like that.
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Old 12-11-2011, 04:00 PM   #24
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just park so close to him that he can't open his door, problem solved
I did this once.

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Sliders to prevent future damage. Turtle Wax rubbing compound to remove past damage.
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This.


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Everyone is too nice here........way too nice.
I agree.

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+1

It's not my truck but its still pissing me off! I'd go ape shit!! I'd sit in my truck until he came out and ask him WTF his problem was!

If you don't like confrontation, try pouring fish juice into his air intake at the bottom of his windshield. Or sugar in the gas tank.

Of course, I'm just joking and would not indorse these illegal activities!!



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Old 12-14-2011, 01:59 PM   #25
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magic eraser

I just got done cleaning , touch up painting ( from idiot who hit my rear qtr panel ) and removing light scuffs and scratches . I was park at my condo and my truck was apparently slammed into , broke light , big dent and minor scratches . Still hunting for this pussy but anyways back to the point of this thread I just used a magic eraser and wow for any light scratches and bugs on the front end this product is simply amazing !
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My past two cars had a line of dents from my wife's car (she said it was the daughters). The truck got a few (I did ask nice for them to be careful but the women at my house are hot blooded). No more since i put the steps on.

Magic eraser, I like it!
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Old 12-14-2011, 02:06 PM   #27
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I just used a magic eraser and wow for any light scratches and bugs on the front end this product is simply amazing !

Are you talking the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser? That's like 1000 grit scotch brite... I might work but the paint/finish is still paying the price.
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Old 12-14-2011, 04:53 PM   #28
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Hmmmm I might try the magic eraser. My truck is a gold color so any swirls it makes shouldn't be too noticeable.



Besides, I'd rather have some swirls that you can hardly see unless you're looking at it in th light from a certain angle than those hideous marks!
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Old 12-15-2011, 04:30 AM   #29
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Yeah my truck is white . The finish looks just fine after light magic eraser use .
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Chicks dig body damage?

Lol but seriously, this will not stop until you confront the guy.
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Even used it on the Chrome finished grill , not a scratch on it . Just get it a little damp and go to town ! You wont be disappointed .
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Old 12-15-2011, 08:36 AM   #32
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Chicks dig body damage?

Lol but seriously, this will not stop until you confront the guy.

I changed spaces.


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Even used it on the Chrome finished grill , not a scratch on it . Just get it a little damp and go to town ! You wont be disappointed .
I think I'll do this today and see what happens.
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Old 12-15-2011, 08:40 AM   #33
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Wow.. once or twice is one thing, but damn!! thats a whole lotta disrespect.


One reason i got sliders a year before i knew i would actually need them is to prevent some dings. After i bought the taco, i park in my garage religiously, NEVER in the condo parking lot anymore.


Ya might want to be the good neighbor and warn the new occupant of the parking spot haaa.
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I'll leave them a note when I see somebody else parked there.
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So I used a Magic Eraser on it and.....






Voila! Looks to have gotten most of those scuffs off! I'll have to look at it again tomorrow in daylight, but it seems to have worked out just fine. Thanks guys!!
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Put a thin coat of grease on his wiper blades and next time it rains he will be SOL!!!!!!
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You should take a shit in his heater core.
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Alternatively, break the handle off that other piece of shit's door.
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Wait till summer, pour cottage cheese or sour cream down the vents right in front of his windshield
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If you don't like confrontation, try pouring fish juice into his air intake at the bottom of his windshield. Or sugar in the gas tank.
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Put a thin coat of grease on his wiper blades and next time it rains he will be SOL!!!!!!
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Good deal man !
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Perfect-It

It is a very fine cut rubbing compound use it by hand, orbital or high speed.

It is pretty hard to ruin your vehicle paint with it except if you use a high speed buffer incorrectly.

It is what pros use but a novice can as well it will take out scuffs and and residual clear coat burn or paint from the other vehicle.

Some auto part stores carry it.

I have never tried a magic eraser on a vehicle, but I guess as long as you do it softly and with enough water it is a very fine cut pad. 3M makes a perfect it pad as well.
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It's not my truck but its still pissing me off! I'd go ape shit!! I'd sit in my truck until he came out and ask him WTF his problem was!

If you don't like confrontation, try pouring fish juice into his air intake at the bottom of his windshield. Or sugar in the gas tank.

Of course, I'm just joking and would not indorse these illegal activities!!

Contrary to belief sugar doesn't wreck a engine. It only clogs the filters. Put bleach, or put some water in his tank for some damage
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