My wife wrecked her 2011 Ford Fusion three weeks ago. The initial estimate for paint included the hood, left fender, upper and lower bumper covers/fascia. My wife informed me of an additional claim to our policy this past week. It appears the body shop needed additional prep and paint time for the Bordeaux Reserve Metallic CC paint.
The wife came home this evening and I performed a walk around. I found a dried bird bomb around 1" in diameter on the right fender. I wiped it down with Gold Class High Gloss Detailer and I found the spot had some slight staining. I then applied a non-Meg's polymer cleaner wax that I had on hand. It cleaned up the paint slightly but the stain is still present.
And now to the ?
I found a small paint defect on the right fender that wasn't there before the body repair. I immediately went in the house and checked the repair order (RO) from the body shop. The right fender was repainted with the other repair work. I freaked out and grabbed my bottle of Ultimate Polish. I applied the polish and then wiped it off with a fresh MF towel. I apllied the polish two more times and then went over the fender with Meguiars Classic (red bottle) Quick Detailer.
Should I worry about the paint? Is there anything else I can do? The CC is etched slightly and I am really irritated about the whole ordeal. The past three weeks have not been kind to her Ford Fusion or my '94 f150.