Smoothing out the back edge of the front bumper?

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Any suggestion on how to do that? Sandpaper maybe? Every time I wash my jeep I accidentally cut myself on the edge of the bumper because it's hella sharp! Like I'll be wiping down the grille and accidentally bump into the stupid thing. It sucks!
 

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Any suggestion on how to do that? Sandpaper maybe? Every time I wash my jeep I accidentally cut myself on the edge of the bumper because it's hella sharp! Like I'll be wiping down the grille and accidentally bump into the stupid thing. It sucks!
Pictures of the spot you're talking about?

Any abrasive material will remove the paint or coating. As long as you have touch-up for it, use sand paper or a sand paper block. You'll get it smooth.
 
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Pictures of the spot you're talking about?

Any abrasive material will remove the paint or coating. As long as you have touch-up for it, use sand paper or a sand paper block. You'll get it smooth.
Ah thanks for the reply! I'm referring to the top back of the bumper. I thought the plastic wasn't painted! Hmm that's worth considering. Thanks :D

Yeah I guess a sandpaper block is the best way. Thanks!

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Ah thanks for the reply! I'm referring to the top back of the bumper. I thought the plastic wasn't painted! Hmm that's worth considering. Thanks :D

Yeah I guess a sandpaper block is the best way. Thanks!

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I had assumed it was the metal bumper. The plastic isn’t coated. You sand block that, no problem.
 

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