Originally Posted by Ajeagle6921
I thought about having painter remove it, but I'm afraid he will be rough with the granite and scratch it. I'm sure I'm being overly cautious but know how expensive of a fix it could be. So some of you have used a clay bar and it worked well?
Sounds like a fly by night painter to me, probably no insurance and or license to do the job properly. I cannot imagine any pro would not know how to remove it without scratching it, but then again, I don't know of any pro that would get paint where it does not belong to begin with.
They make these things that pros use called drop cloths