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Old 12-19-2007, 10:06 AM
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How to get rid of stained Paint

My drivers side bed panel has turned a brownish color, i guess from not washing it enough (not my fav thing to do). Anyway, I bought some No. 7 POLISHING COMPOUND from a local hardware store. It was the only thing there I figured could do it. I feel like a D**B A** thought because I read the instructions in the "Not recommened for use on clearcoats". Will it hurt it if I use it? And does anyone know of a way to get rid of the stain? (the whole side of the bed is stained)
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Old 12-19-2007, 10:12 AM
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Polishing Compound will most likely not fix your problem. Niether will rubbing compound.
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Old 12-19-2007, 10:15 AM
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NOOOOOO!!!!!! Start with the weekest then go stronger, Go to a paint or speed shop use 3m's hold on i will go in shop and get part numbers
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Old 12-19-2007, 10:22 AM
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try 3m's finessit II part number 05928- rub it in do it a few times to see how it works it should get better a little at a time if not then go to 05933 3m's rubbing compound use with or with out a machine same thing do a few times after both use 06064 to take out the little swirl marks you just put in then a wax meguirs tech wax is the best if this does work i will talk you through wet sanding its easy trust me, steve ps dont use that # 7 crap you will have a mess
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Old 12-19-2007, 10:30 AM
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Thanks rageing bull for the help and goin out of your way for me, I look around and try and find that stuff. Do you think AutoZone or O'rielys or some place like that will carry it? I dont know of any speed or paint shops around here. I look on the internet and order it if I have too. Thanks again!!!! Ive been tryin to figure out how to get rid of it for a while now....
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Old 12-19-2007, 10:37 AM
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you can deffintly order that stuf but each bottle will be apx 20 bucks autozone may but i dont think so , think of it like this your very top layer of clear is stained -so you need to cut that off so the less you go down the easyer to bring back - dont worry when you use the heavey cutting products it will look hasy that s ok then when you use the swirl mark remover or glaze it will bring it back to a ggreat shine
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Do I need to use wet sanding if it works or if it doesnt? How do you do it, and does it have to be done right after you finish the other things or can it wait?
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Yeah that 3m stuff with a good wheel on your buffer wrorks good make sure you use a clean wheel though or you will make matters worse.
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Old 12-20-2007, 04:23 AM
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Try the 3m stuff first then if it doesn't work contact me i will walk you through wet sanding - its easy just will take apx 4 hrs to do what your lookin at
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