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please help! how do you remove nufinish from paint?

background: i was attempting to wax my car for the first time, and decided to buy nufinish polish paste. ive had an ep3 for about 6 months and havent waxed it.

i already had applied nu finish paste to 1/4th of my hood, but now i want to use meguiars clay wax instead

1.) is it possible to remove nufinish safely? if so how?

2.) was it okay to polish 1/4 of my hood and leave the rest for tomorrow?

3.) and since i will be driving around again to buy meguiars wax. should i wash my car again? and wax it right after i wash it?


please help me out guys, im new to cars and to this forum

thank you very much

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