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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-03-2006, 12:56 PM Thread Starter
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How to get over spray off

I have a black car and some how I have some kind of white over spray all over my car. It's little white dots all over the car. You can only see it when you get right up on it but it bothers the crap out of me. I have tried to buff it and that wouldnt take it out. Is there something I can get to remove this? Thanks
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I have a black car and some how I have some kind of white over spray all over my car. It's little white dots all over the car. You can only see it when you get right up on it but it bothers the crap out of me. I have tried to buff it and that wouldnt take it out. Is there something I can get to remove this? Thanks
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Never used one. Do they have them at Autozone?
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Never used one. Do they have them at Autozone?
Sure do. Go in and ask for the clay bar. I believe that Meguiar has the bar and lubrication in the same package.
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Mother's clay bar is better IMO. Use lots of their quick detailer spray(usually included with clay).
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Mother's clay bar is better IMO. Use lots of their quick detailer spray(usually included with clay).
ditto. Should take it off. Surprised buffing didnt get it.

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I used "Clay Magic" And I can attest that works like a charm. I also have a black car, and had overspray from my apartments painting the units. I used that as recommended by a friend and then waxed and my finish looked like new again. The price is real good too. I HIGHLY recommend it.

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post #8 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-03-2006, 09:15 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks guys. I got some Clay Magic from Autozone and it's coming right off. It's goin to take me a couple of days to finish because it's all over the car. I am relieved I found something that works. Thanks Jester

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Auto Zone is a good store they normally have everything I need.
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Thanks guys. I got some Clay Magic from Autozone and it's coming right off. It's goin to take me a couple of days to finish because it's all over the car. I am relieved I found something that works. Thanks Jester

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