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Sooo... Last year I bottomed out and made a small chip in my lip and also rear diffuser (was backing up a driveway and yeah). Nothing to bad but any thoughts on if there is a way fix that? Like do they have something you can literally just either brush on or spray on .... I know typically CF has a gel coat vs clear.... So yeah not sure if anyone has played with it but curious on how the repair could go.... Will get some pics today...

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Get pics posted. If it's scraped, you can't fix it. Only covering it up with paint would be an option.  0 - Premiere Korean Product Supplier

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Depends on how deep the scuff is. You can fill it with clear resin or gel coat.
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