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Old 05-01-2020, 10:37 AM   #1
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A bit of help with a garage door.

I had some some wood propped up against the door and accidentally pressed the remote to open the door. The wood lightly scratched the surface so i tried using some AG SRP but that's where the problem started. Now I have this:




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Can’t see any pictures - just what appears to be a broken link ?
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Can’t see any pictures - just what appears to be a broken link ?
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need a larger pic for scale?

prob needs touching up? have u a local 'magic repair' type person who could do it?
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Looks like the SRP residue is in the texture of the surface of the garage door.

You can use a white rubber pencil eraser sometimes to remove polish residue for textured plastic.
Best bet might be to wash the door with washing up liquid and use a detailing brush to help remove the SRP residue from the textured surface.

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Looks like the SRP residue is in the texture of the surface of the garage door.

You can use a white rubber pencil eraser sometimes to remove polish residue for textured plastic.
Best bet might be to wash the door with washing up liquid and use a detailing brush to help remove the SRP residue from the textured surface.

Cheers

Seem to remember AG also recommend using fast glass to remove SRP residue - so could be worth a try.

OP - hope you get it cleared
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