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#1 (permalink) Old 05-26-2004, 03:51 PM
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here are some pictures of the damn paint.. I have no idea what to do.

It would help if u can name some produces (maybe even a link) and some tips

after i do this im gonna get the touchup pen and that other product that smooths it out...

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eh only the second picture looks good
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i got some help from another site...I think im gonna have to have the whole car cut and polished first, the pant looks like shit! Then I can try and tackle doing the damn pant... eh who knows maybe the show can fix it really quick!

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Use Laquer Thinner. But use it lightly it should help get the touch up off.
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Check the FAQ on paint chips/scratch removal. There's also that other product, Langka, that was used to remove excess paint with a very good result.

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Check the FAQ on paint chips/scratch removal. There's also that other product, Langka, that was used to remove excess paint with a very good result.
ya i know about that stuff....but its suppost to work on newly used touchup paint..not 5-7 yr old touch up paint

I will use it after i remove what i have on now and re-do it

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