someone hit my car

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by interstate, Sep 19, 2003.

  1. interstate

    interstate New Member

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    The paint is scraped onto my paint.. i cant get it to come off with a finger nail.. Anyone have any idea of how to get it off?

    If you need more info just ask!

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    thanks for any help guys
     
  2. Jackhole

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    Try the full complement of claybar, DACP, Swirl Free, Light Polish. If that doesn't take it off, it might be time for a trip to the body shop. Sorry about that, did you get the person's info who hit your car?
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Any good polish should take it off. It may take a few minutes of rubbing but usually paint transfers from other vehicles are pretty easy to remove.

    Make sure you rewax after polishing.
     
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    No... I parked it, came out later and had marks on my car.. I think it happened at work.. I park in a big parking garage for 12 hours straight..

    Any recommendations of brands of polish to use?

    would a claybar help with that? I thought claybars were basically jsut to remove junk on the paint to keep it nice.. ont for something liek this..

    but then again I dont really know a whole lot about detailing..
     
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    BTW - thanks for the replies guys. I really appreciate it!
     
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    Yeah, you probably don't need the claybar, I only suggested it because I knew it wouldn't hurt anything. As far as polishes, check the stickies up top, there's a bunch of good ones recommended in there.
     

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