how to remove paint (not car paint)

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by manontwo, May 18, 2007.

  1. manontwo

    manontwo New Member

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    when i was parking in my garage, my cars front bumpers rubbed against the walls of the garage. the white paint from the garage rubbed off onto my cars front bumpers, now there is a thin layer of paint that cannot be washed off. i tried using clay bar to remove the paint but it didnt work. i think it is because the paint is really thin so that clay bar does not pick up on it. i found that the only way to remove the paint is by using my finger nails, but there has to be an easier way. anyone? :hs:
     
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    Slider Resident Lurker OT Supporter

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    2000 grit sandpaper then polish it out is the only easier way I can think of, did that on my car.
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Start with a polish. It may take a little effort but you should be able to remove a paint transfer with a quality polish.
     
  4. SoySauciAl

    SoySauciAl Guest

    go get some rubbing compound, preferably 3m.
     

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