I had a similar paint problem with Rustolium primer and black spray
paint all over the top of my TR6. I used Meguires Smooth and Clean,
though I expect any of the clay products at your favorite auto parts store
should work. These products consist of a chunk of clay and a spray
bottle of a quick detailer. The clay took of the black paint without
picking up any of the body color.
It also worked very well at cleaning the chrome bumpers.
On 10 Sep 2002 at 13:50, Kai M. Radicke wrote:
> Yup, bad start to a bad day of course. Driving the route to the train
> station each morning means crossing the train tracks with all sorts of white
> lines in the road, which happened to be fresh paint this morning. So I've
> got white road sign / line paint all over the side of my black Jetta as my
> tires and the SUV in front of me helped to make sure my car looked
> unfashionable in polka dots.
> So how do you get this stuff off? There are a few white spots on the front
> of my car from the SUV in front of me throwing it up, but the majority of it
> is behind each passenger wheel on the rear valance and on the front of the
> rocker panels.
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