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Old 05-21-2009, 05:29 AM
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Removing Overspray From A Vinyl Seat.......

I have a vinyl seat in real good condition but it has what looks like light overspray on it. What would be the best way to remove this without damaging the seat? Would it be better to use vinyl spray and paint over it?

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The first thing I try on anything with overspray is a clay bar. Unless this vinyl is pretty smooth it isn't going to work, but that is what I would try first.

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What was oversprayed on it? Primer, lacquer, enamel, it does make a difference. How long has it been there ?
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Not sure whats on it,, it looks like paint.
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Try this i have used both. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you...vinyl_car_seat . Cole
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