Posted 13 April 2012 - 11:56 AM
It's hard to tell from the pictures, but has any of the Lexus's paint been removed either to the primer or black plastic? If so, like SW said above the bumper will need to be removed, sanded, primed, colored and cleared.
However if all of the Lexus' color paint is still there, the white transfer may be wetsanded away, and the Lexus' clearcoat (clear layer of paint over the color coat) may be compounded and polished if there's enough left. But if there are scratches in the clearcoat (too deep to be compounded yet not deep enough that they go into the color coat) you may do a clear blend after wetsanding the white away just on the area affected. Clearcoated Lexus bumpers can be clear blended VERY well (I've done it myself with 100% perfection on my RX). This would however require $100 in spot panel clear+activator+blender or/reducer, an airbrush, air compressor, and a lot of masking tape and newspaper (to cover the rest of the car from overspray). If you have all of these materials and the patience to do a clear blend, it's worth a shot.
But this only works if all your color coat is there. You cannot color blend a small repair as easily as doing a small clear blend.
Is the car painted black or that dark blue? If it's black it might not even be clearcoated (you'd have to check). If it's not clearcoated that's awesome as you can do a single stage color blend and use the method above (just with the black color instead of clear).
To have the bumper removed and completely repainted will cost between $300-$600.