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Old 06-26-2009, 02:05 PM   #21
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Joe that color scheme is sweet, looks great from what I can see.
thanks dave,, yeah i'm going for a fluorescent and white look,, the back needs the yellow numberplates and i have tons of stickers to go on there,, i've changed the color scheme three times already,, like fully painted it, didnt like it, primered it and redid it ,, spent tons of money on spraypaint then now this overspray problem,, i shouldve jsut got someone to do it lol,, i'll post more pix when im done
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Goof Off works great!
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thanks for the tips everyone - im gonna try different stuff and i'll post up what works best,, from most of the posts everyone says bar or gas,, so i'll let yall know what works
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I used some lighter fluid on a simular problem. Worked great
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+1 on the goof off. I used some today. (Make sure you get the real "goof off" and not "goo be gone".

The clay bar works great, too. I used it on an old car I had and it made it look new again. It is a lot of work, though. The goof off would be much quicker.
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glay bar, it will take off almost anything, and it leaves the paint clean ,


so then you wax , you chit will bling!
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If the clay doesn't work

Denatured alcohol is probably way more gentle than gas or goof off
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