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Old 04-02-2013, 11:07 AM   #1
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getting vht overspray off of paint

Got some overspray on my buddy 350 when tinting his tails. How should I get it off without hurting the paint?
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First off next time remove the tails....super easy and worth the time. Ok that being said youll need some high grit sand paper, trizac, and id use a claybar to finish it off. Wetsanding will be your friend if the claybar doesnt work.
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Not familiar with 350 tails, just taped them. What grit sand paper?
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Not familiar with 350 tails, just taped them. What grit sand paper?
1500 should be good
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What is trizac?
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it's a 3000 grit finishing pad for that oh so smooth finish lol
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Before sanding try using a clay bar and window cleaner. Should do the job
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I used an alcohol swab lol it worked.
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