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Old 10-07-2006   #1
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Window chalk removal help!

So my car got written on with window challk. It is on the windows and on some of the paint. I need help getting this off. I know the ole razor trick but I wasnt sure if there is some kinda liquid i could use on the paint. Thanks!!
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use the razor...

any liquid that removes paint.. you dont want to be putting on yer car...... ....... ........
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REMA cleaner fluid...should wipe right off!
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when you say window chalk, I am thinking the shoe polish crap that people put on when they are selling their vehicle, if that is it, use windex, comes right off.
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for window, NO TOUCH auto glass stripper from napa parts. for paint, some sort of paint cleaner or body scrub thats clear coat safe.
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solvent should work just fine on the door panels/fenders area...

check with your dealership, or A dealership...sometimes they may be nice enough to help you remove it. If I'm thinking of the stuff you're talking about, then it's no problem removing... (it's the stuff that people use to write on their windows for high school graduations/weddings/other such events, right?)

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i just used bug and tar remover. cheap spray stuff. then i sprayed it down then used window cleaner. worked great! thanks guys.
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i used regular rubbing alcohol to get that stuff off my windows and the side of my car, but i did it under some shade and washed that area of my car off after using it.
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wax remoes window chalk off paint and windows just use some windex, the longer it sits on the harder itis to get off
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