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I see plastic, deep scratches, and cracks. The parts require replacement if that is true. Unless you are not worried about that, or simply can't afford to replace them. Otherwise, you can pop the dent back out, then use all purpose cleaner to take off the paint that is not yours. Then clay and buff out with a focus pad. That will get it looking as good as possible without body work. It won't be perfect, and not pretty, but it will look somewhat better.

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