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I scratched my own Mini.. I did it by opening the driver's door before releasing the seatbelt. The seatbelt buckle shot out of the door and clanged on the back panel, causing a scratch. Be warned.

Silly old sod (me).:redface:
 

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I did that yesterday getting out of my Car it was abit tight and I scratched mine with the Belt Buckle. :( Now I do not feel so bad since somebody else had a little Accident.:laugh::laugh: I have a Product that is called GS 27 comes in a Tube works Wonders on all not so deep scratches better than Rubbing Compound mine looks like new again just make sure you do not apply too much and clean it off good otherwise it will leave a dull Spot in the Paint. I guess the next time I better take my Pants off before I exit the Car.:D:D

 

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I did that yesterday getting out of my Car it was abit tight and I scratched mine with the Belt Buckle. :( Now I do not feel so bad since somebody else had a little Accident.:laugh::laugh: I have a Product that is called GS 27 comes in a Tube works Wonders on all not so deep scratches better than Rubbing Compound mine looks like new again just make sure you do not apply too much and clean it off good otherwise it will leave a dull Spot in the Paint. I guess the next time I better take my Pants off before I exit the Car.:D:D

I wrote about the seat-belt buckle, not my trouser belt buckle.>:D
 
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