My friend recently asked me to remove some paint transfer from her Chevy Malibu. Someone hit the right side doors and the transfer was worse as it got to the right front door.
I own a Walmart buffer that cost about $30 and I've had it for a while now, although only using it to wax versus do this kind of work. I used that as well as some Scratch Dr which is for buffing scratches and removing paint transfer.
I was able to remove it from the rear door and some of the front, but as it got worse it seemed to be more resistant or just not budge.
My guess (keyword of course) is maybe the buffer I have isn't the best tool for the job. I tried some rubbing compound lightly by hand and that didn't do any better.
What could I try? Not the end of the world, it is an older car and she isn't interested in replacing the door just trying to clean it up on the cheap if possible.