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i was testing out my red spray paint in my garage. and i was no where near my car.. but for some odd reason, the spray paint sprayed forwards and to the sides.. and i got a few red dots on the bottom front bumper.. now how would i go about gettin that removed? to i have to paint over it or something?
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There's a professional glass cleaner made for body shops to take fresh paint off glass. It won't hurt old paint, but it might take off those specs if you get to them soon enough. Mineral spirits might work too.
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