Thanks RobYou can try satin touch up paints applied with a very fine brush, but replacing is the only way to take care of the indentations in the plastic. I've done it. It's not horrendous, and here's a good guide how to do it: HOW TO: Front Splitter Removal and Install ..Challenger...
Thanks 2nd!You might be able to find a good used one from someone who did an upgrade.
If you want to put in the effort, you could fine sand (320-600, no more than necessary) the vertical edge below the radius, then scotchbrite out the sanding marks. Try to sand up/down or at least at 45deg. Then scotchbrite perpendicular to the sanding. The radius will be your transition for blend. Use/make a sanding block (old fashioned non-pneumatic.) This will create a smooth surface where you worked it, then transition to the textured surface at the radius. You may be able to get away with only sanding the affected area then transitioning gradually left and right. But it may be better to sand/sb the entire vertical surface.
Then wipe it all down with Armorall. Reapply Armorall at every wax.
Buy a tennis ball and rub it across it.It works really well, depending on how deep the damage is. It's hard to tell on a 2D photo.
If you used the tennis ball....do you have to do the whole piece of plastic so it's even? (like does it leave marks or a trail where you rubbed it?)
I hit something that was bouncing around on the interstate and it put a mark on mine got a OEM and a body shop friend put it on. He said it was good that I got a OEM cause he's had people with aftermarket stuff in and they don't fitChallenger splitter? Just buy a new one. Theyre ridiculously cheap. Ive seen OEM as low as $85 online.
Was talking OEM. After re-checking theyre roughly $150. OEM.I hit something that was bouncing around on the interstate and it put a mark on mine got a OEM and a body shop friend put it on. He said it was good that I got a OEM cause he's had people with aftermarket stuff in and they don't fit