December 17, 2007how do i get spray paint overspray off of my pickup? i want/need to wax my pickup but dont wanna wax over these small spots. its barely noticeable to anyone but i am a stickler about this kinda thing. anyone know what i can do about this?
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December 17, 2007A clay bar would be my first thought...
December 17, 2007Yes, clay barring it is the first thing you'll want to try. Clay bar, followed up by some good cleaner wax. If that doesn't do the trick, you may want to look into wet sanding with a really gentle grit
December 17, 2007yeah, go with a clay bar. it should clean it right up.
December 17, 2007ditto. Use the clay bar everywhere there is overspray.
December 18, 2007how do i use this clay bar and what do i need to do, i read about clay bars but do i just take the thing outta the wrapper and rub it on the overspray or what?
December 18, 2007More than likely if you buy a clay bar KIT, it will have a lubricant to spray onto the surface first. If you just buy the bar, use some quick detailer as your lube.
Don't simply rub the overspray dry.
December 18, 2007What he said^^^^
Took all of the overspray off of mine
February 7, 2008Clay bar is the best bet, I've been using them for over 20 yrs. Hope you don't have any shoulder problem's!
February 21, 2008I "Detail" vehicles at a body shop, and as you can imagine, I have alot of overspray to get off. If the Clay Bar doesnt get the Overspray off, then use a Rubbing Compound (I use 3M Extra Cut) on a MF towel.