Yup. I never dreamed I would have to fix a bumper that had a diagonal > 10" split. The back story is that > 9 years ago I got rear ended and the bumper was diagonally split in half about 40% of the way. It was taken to a body shop which apparently did a great job. But a few months into the repair, the bumper developed a bulge close to the trunk and eventually the whole repair fell apart. Clear coat began to bubble. Paint started to flake off. And 2 years into the repair the bondo-like compound cracked badly. Took it to another body shop in Santa Ana, and for a little over $500 things look great again. Things again fell apart 2 to 3 years after the repair. A few months ago things looked so nasty that I grabbed a screw driver and began to take the whole bondo-like compound out. It seems they fixed the vinyl reasonably well, but whatever they put in there did not adhere. They probably did not put adhesive promoter to the repaired vinyl. Anyhow, I was not going to put $500 - $1500 on body shop repairs on a 9 to 10 year old car. I didn't have much to loose so I watched some Your-Boobs videos and proceeded. I don't have pictures of before. But here are the after ones: Bumper fix. Like I said, the vinyl repair was not bad underneath it all. I just sanded it all after I went ape-shit with the screw driver, applied the adhere promoter, the Bondo stuff, and then sanded a lot more: Side fix. Side was another repair where bodyshop shit-job bondo compound held, but paint did not. And yes, I need to fix the front lights with a full kit coming down on Monday since the quick and dirty sand/toothpaste anti-yellow-dull headlight approach does not work well nor does it last given the need for a new sun protection coat: Bulge around the trunk fix: Used a heat gun and pressed down with something at several places in the bulge until nice right after sanding and before using the bondo stuff. Anyhow. Recommended products: Sanding: Some cheap random sander with all kinds of grits + really fine hand sand paper grits: 800, 1000, 2500 and 3000. Repair Kit: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005CEJKE6/ Adhesion Promoter: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0007UAXJQ Primer: Some car-paint primer stuff from HomeDepot. Use the darker one for darker colors. I bought the lighter one and had to do more paint passes to fully take care of it. Paint: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07DZ88JB3/ Clear Coat: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0043B7UQY/ Stay away from the Duply Color clear coat. It's really bad. So bad, I sanded it out. Used the two part USC spray suggested above. It's reasonably good. Use mask when doing paint and clear coat. The paint is not going to match exactly. I heard stories about different factory batches, factory temperature, humidity and whatever. Half ass believe that, because different cans of paint from the same Duply Color manufacturer match each other reasonably well. They are slightly lighter than the original G2 color of the Fusion 2009. That said, I painted the whole bumper and IMO one can barely notice. I did originally painted the bumper partially, but blending did not worked well and proceeded to go all the way. That worked. Moving on to polishing now. BTW: I ended up paying for all those chemicals proly about a little over $100 or close. But it was less than the bodyshop (+ another 1 to 2 year disappointment down the road again), and it was a relatively fun experience.