I think you are right.. I just basically wiped wet degreaser on with one
microfiber towel and left it there. Do you think using a microfiber cloth
towel is safe or should I pick up some of the paper towels made for the
degreaser? I will talk to my paint supplier next week. In the mean time, I
think I will wash it all down with the Dawn detergent before I do anything
else. I did put brakes on my car last weekend and used some brake cleaner in
the garage but I wouldn't think that stuff has any silicone products in it
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To: Dave Connitt
Sent: Saturday, July 09, 2011 10:19 PM
Subject: Re: [TR] Update on paint fisheye situation..
What you describe will certainly help, but go ahead and get a small can of
anti fisheye material from your paint supplier. Use it according to
directions and your fisheye problems will disappear.
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From: "Dave Connitt" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [TR] Update on paint fisheye situation..
Date: Sat, Jul 9, 2011 20:22
I just ran across another website that recommended the following steps;
1.Wash car down with a mixture of Dawn dishwashing soap and water.
2. Wet sand surfaces smooth. ( I have 400 and 600 grit wet/dry paper).
3. Wash down car again with Dawn again.
Anybody concur out there?