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Old 11-19-2013, 11:34 AM   #1
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Dont know what happen

Didn't spill anything on it. Hope you guys can see it. Any body shop guys tell me what it is? I will take a picture at night it might help with the reflection coming off. It's like a smear or something.
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Old 11-19-2013, 11:40 AM   #2
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Wash and clay bar it, if it's still there then ask your dealership.
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Yep, try clay bar first. Next would be a trip to the body shop for a buff. I'm guessing clay bar will do the trick.
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yeah, try clay baring it...I had some jealous person pour a coke all over my car and I had to clay bar it wax it and finally buff to get it out...
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yeah, try clay baring it...I had some jealous person pour a coke all over my car and I had to clay bar it wax it and finally buff to get it out...
This seems to be a pretty good visualization of what I would do to that person if it were my car:
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Any special techniques or just follow the instructions on the bottle?
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Any special techniques or just follow the instructions on the bottle?
There's nothin to it, it's really simple. Personally I use Macguiar's products, and they have a clay bar kit that comes with 2 pieces of clay, a detailer and a microfiber cloth all for about $20 - $25. They also have a video online of the process if you want to take a look.

Be sure to apply a wax when you're done too.

Hopefully it takes care of whatever that stuff is on your car, good luck!
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Yes very simple. Instead of sandpaper you are using a hunk of clay. (Like potters clay not play doh) Follow instructions on the box. The stuff is amazing.
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Alright. Will try it after the rain passes by so I can wash my car and get any dirt off of it.
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Old 11-26-2013, 05:04 PM   #10
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You guys ruined my paint!!! There are scratches all over my damn car now!!!!!

Just kidding! Man the stuff worked!!! I mean it's completely gone!!!! Thx for y'all's help!!! At first it wasn't coming off; I thought it was suppose to work instantly. With patience and understanding it started coming off. Looks clean and now after I wash my car I won't be thinking about that spot in the back of my head. Now I need help getting a dent out of my hood lol!!
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That required some intense sucking skills :p
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Looks like a hard water stain which is pretty simple to get rid of. Glad you were able to get it out. Those things drive me crazy.
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Looks like a hard water stain which is pretty simple to get rid of. Glad you were able to get it out. Those things drive me crazy.
I had no idea what it was and just like everyone here, I take care of my car. So I know I didn't drop anything on it.

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That required some intense sucking skills :p

Hahahaha!! No. Just some good rubbin. Wait? What? You guys are nuts
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