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Old 23-10-2018, 10:09 PM   #1
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Question Dried on polish help

What can I use to remove dried on car polish on car paint work noticed it after the car came back from the garage as it has been resprayed. Will an apc do it or some of my gtechniq p1 polish ??
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Old 23-10-2018, 11:28 PM   #2
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Quick detail spray generally does it for me.
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Or a quick wash can sometimes remove it...

Presume it’s on the bodywork rather than black plastic trim ?
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Or a quick wash can sometimes remove it...

Presume it’s on the bodywork rather than black plastic trim ?
Yes its on the body work and some on the plastics
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Old 24-10-2018, 10:03 PM   #5
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Yes its on the body work and some on the plastics
Plastics could be more of an issue to remove - seem to remember reading AG recommends fast glass cleaner (I think) to remove their SRP from black plastic
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Had the the same problem after machine polishing my car and not noticing some sling on the bonnet. Everything I tried didn't work until I used the same polish on a hand aplicator as it is soluble in itself. Came off really easily.
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A rubber eraser will get most polishes off the plastics.
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I will give that ago guys thank you �� I've got some polish for the paint and in the garage I have IPS1 and some C2 gtechniq �� That is what is in fast glass basically I know because of the smell as I work in the chemical industry I've got a nose for these things.
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I will give that ago guys thank you í*½í¸‰ I've got some polish for the paint and in the garage I have IPS1 and some C2 gtechniq í*½í¸‰ That is what is in fast glass basically I know because of the smell as I work in the chemical industry I've got a nose for these things.

Good luck, let us know how you get on
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Good luck, let us know how you get on
I will do 😉
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