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I just saw this morning that a hater spray pinted pink s#!t all over my passenger side doors. I removed it all with some tar/sap/bug remover stuff and it all came off. My problem now is that there is still s slight hint of pink on this little spot and I don't know what to use to take it off So I was wondering if there is anything out there that will remove it without harming my car's finish. Its not totally obvious to the naked eye, but it is obvious and bothersome to me.
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You can try Aftalyne. You can get it at Home Depot. It is a solvent that is made to remove tar, grease, and paint. If you use it, make sure you wear gloves and you wash and wax the spot you use it on. If that doesnt work...You might be able to compound the pink out with compound and a high speed buffer. Also try the clay bar....It removes overspray for paint but Im not sure if it will remove what has happened to your car....
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Civicdude is the detail master. I bet his car is purty all the time.
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HAHAHA...thanks. I try to keep her clean all the time, but it is hard. She is actually dirty right now. I will clean her this weekend though.
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Goo gone? Yes, surprisingly goo gone worked for me. I hesitated on using it so i tested it in a hidden portion of my car and it did nothing. so I decided to apply some and surprise it came off. At first I couldn't beleive my eyes so I called my sister over and she agreed that it had vanished. Whoopi[IMG]i/expressions/laugh2.gif[/IMG]
I waxed my car right away and now my baby looks like new again.
Thanks for our suggestion anyway civicdude [IMG]i/expressions/beer_yum.gif[/IMG][IMG]i/expressions/beer_yum.gif[/IMG]
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