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What ever you do, do not follow the directions on the You-tube link, you will have a mess.

What are you expecting for a outcome? If you want it back to an OE finish, a body shop is in your future. If you are looking to disguise it from 20', careful use of a brush bottle touch up will help. A picture from further back will give a better look at the area.
 

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When my mom had a fascination with parking her Lexus in the house my father got spray can touch up and clear coat and applied it in layers like a body shop would. If you have attention to detail you can get epic results. I do not. He was able to make it look near perfect mom could run it into the house a couple more times.
 

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Take a look at Paint Scratch dot com for some how to's on fixing that.
Since it's in the bumper (we are looking at the front bumper just below/to the side of the headlight, correct?) you need to apply flexible paint. They sell it in spray cans and you order it based on your paint code.
Take your time and it will work fairly well.
 
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