> In a message dated 98-04-25 09:00:37 EDT, email@example.com writes:
> << Need your input on two items. First, I seem to have allowed a very fine
> of overspray to land on my B during the winter's OD installation. Although I
> thought I was being extremely cautious by covering the car (I have a small
> paint booth for spraying small parts), it would seem that the finest of dust
> has stuck to some areas of the car that were obviously left uncovered. It's
> practically invisible to the naked eye, but as you rub your finger along the
> surface, you can feel the roughness. This is all on flat, horizontal
> surfaces - like the trunk lid.
> Question is - how to remove without scratching the finish? There also
> appears to be a fine dusting on the plastic windows of the top, and here
> again, my concernis using too abrasive a removal agent, and leaving
> scratches, or a hazing. Comments, suggestions?
> Try a Clay Magic kit. It is to be used after washing and before waxing to
> remove all kinds of contaminants, including a light overspray. Afterward
> you'll have the best wax job you've ever seen. You'll find it at PEP boys.
> Have no PEP Boys in your area? E-mail me and I'll get you in touch with
> someone who can get you one. This is a professional product that went retail
> about three years ago.
> R. Johnson - Dallas
I have to agree regarding the Clay Magic Kit. While spray painting some
parts one day, and not realizing it at the time, overspray drifted onto
parked nearby. After washing I used the Clay Magic and was very happy
it cleaned the contaminants from the surface. Now I always use it prior
waxing the LBC's (and Jeep). It sells for around $20.00 as I recall at
Boys and Griot's also has Paint Cleaning Clay listed in their catalog