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Old 11-19-2006, 02:21 PM
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rust-oleum overspray

I got a problem. Couple years ago I bought a little convertable that had at the time fresh black paint. The body and paint were not perfect, but I didn't pay a "perfect" price either. This year I had to paint a few items with white rust-oleum. ( not car stuff) So I went outside, on the side of the garage and sprayed my stuff. Couple days later I go to wash the convert. and I find that somehow I got a fine mist over the car.(Harley also). I tried cleaner wax, and real fine rubbing compound, but it didn't cut the overspray. What do I do now? I have no idea if the paint is bc/cc or single stage. I suspect it is single stage because of the quality of the body work, but that is just a UNEDUCATED opinion. Repaint at this point is not a option. Anybody got some ideas?

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