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Old 11-15-2015, 08:52 AM   #1
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Kid + Piece of gravel=

Had some visitors with childred and guess we didn't keep a close enough watch on them while they played. Didn't find the damage until getting home a week later. Hopefully it will buff out... tried to post picture but having trouble doing so. The damage was like scribbling on a black board except it was on my MH.
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If you have full body paint that looks like clearcoat damage. Should polish up OK.
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What does his parents have to say?
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If you have full body paint that looks like clearcoat damage. Should polish up OK.
It is on the front cap, also a couple other smaller places were involved. I have a type of shield protection on the front area, I hope that may also be buffed out. Thanks!! ps and yes it is full body paint.
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I have no real proof. What can you do.....
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I have no real proof. What can you do.....

Under Comprehensive on my insurance, it would cost 50 bucks.
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Under Comprehensive on my insurance, it would cost 50 bucks.
I have a friend that said he would take care of it for me since he does this for a living at a car dealership. Could have been worse I'm sure.
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What does his parents have to say?
Hey Unfair - stereotyping!!! LOL Looks like it could be a girl as the scratches were within the lines.
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