I have never tried it myself, just passing on info from "The Big List". I have also heard of someone using a woman's fingernail file. Try the sandpaper on a small spot and see how it looks.thewall67 said:Is 600 grain fine enough? I have some of that I'm using for paint repair.
I had to repair a few scratches and I used a single edged razor blade to cut off the 'fuzzy' portion of the damage. Then like others have mentioned, use black scuf cote for shoe soles.grabdawg said:I know this was discussed on the old board, but I can't access it now. What does one do to refinish scratches/scrapes on the rough lower half of the bags? Thanks in advance for your help on this one!
I've used sandpaper and shoe polish but had far better results with a coarse flat bastard file to remove any clingies and Meguiars Gold Class Trim Detailer. It comes in a black squeeze bottle and can be applied to the entire black portion of the pannier for a uniform look. No need to get carried away with the file because the Trim Detailer really helps hide the scuffs and makes the plastic look new again. Use it liberally and let it sit awhile before buffing the excess off.thewall67 said:Is 600 grain fine enough? I have some of that I'm using for paint repair.