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Hi,
I have finally managed to register my Spanish Niro 2018 here in the UK. Thanks to the people that replied to a previous post of mine a few months ago when I was doing battle with the DVLA. It took nine months and a lot of perserverance!

Anyway, next on my list of things to do is repair some of the body work damage I incurred whilst having the car in Barcelona.

Attached are the pictures, a couple of the scratches are from inner city parking accidents, a couple are from when the car was broken into (3 days after I got it!) and one is of a bit of petty vandalism.

I´m looking for advice on the best way to tackle these different scratches to hopefully bring the car back up to a newish look.

Thanks in advance for your suggestions.

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Thanks MelPotter. I´m near Didcot, so if anyone can post a recommendation that would be great. Otherwise I'll check google.
There's a really helpful Facebook group you could consider joining who may be able to offer a recommendation in your area.

 

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Local facebook groups are good as well. Once you get passed the petty arguing.
 
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Try googling bumper repairs the guys are usually mobile and cheaper than a bodyshop
One mobile franchise that is well thought of around here is Chips Away. I don't now if it countrywide or just a local group here in Surrey, but Mrs. Google will know!
Good luck with the repairs.....
 
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