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Old 08-18-2004   #1
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I recently had my front bumper repainted and just noticed that I have overspray all over my vehicle. I think it's just clearcoat but you can definitly feel it on the windows. What is the best way to get rid of it? Will a clay bar work? Another quick question is how much do most detail places charge for a complete detail, I don't have time to do it myself.
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i just had my bodyman buff my entire car and wax it and it is absolutely beautiful

he normally charges $150, but he only charged me $100.
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Ya that's what this guy wants to charge me, 150 bucks. So yours didn't include interior?
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Ya that's what this guy wants to charge me, 150 bucks. So yours didn't include interior?

naw, but i didn't mind paying for the job i got.......this guy is one of the best

But take your car to a person that you trust.
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wait, mine is in U.S. dollars.........i am guessing by ur sn that you are canadian ????
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Damn, I do detailing for Honda. And I also do jobs on the side. I guess I'm gonna have to raise my side prices because I'm only charging $75 for buffing, polishing, and waxing.
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I recently had my front bumper repainted and just noticed that I have overspray all over my vehicle. I think it's just clearcoat but you can definitly feel it on the windows. What is the best way to get rid of it? Will a clay bar work? Another quick question is how much do most detail places charge for a complete detail, I don't have time to do it myself.

Yes, a clay bar will be your cheapest and prob best way to go. Just make sure you get the car waxed afterwards.
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Alright well I just got my car back and it looks awsome. I think 150 bucks is pretty high but they said because of the overspray it took a lot longer and they waxed it twice.
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this guy is one of the best
the same guy that painted your CF hood completly black when you asked him just to do the sides?
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use the clay bar and see what happens. it should work.... clay bar works wonders! i had some real bad water spots on my paint and windshield, and the clay bar took em right out. just make sure to polish and wax after, and you'll be good to go.
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