Removing Polyurethane Overspray for cars paint finish...
Recently I made the mistake while spraying polyurethane onto a wood project of not covering my car first. It was parked about twenty five feet away but it managed to recieve the spray on it. I now have a fine polyurethane spray mist all over the upper portion of my car. I have tried a couple of different grades of Rubbing Compound and one (coarse grade) worked well for the windows. I cannot use that same grade on the paint however.
Next, I used turpentine on the entire painted surface and in one area I rubbed and rubbed using paper towels as the applicator and then using dry paper towels rubbed the same area again very hard. That seems to be doing the job but also seems like there MUST be an easier, quicker way.
Thank you for your time.
Try going over it with a quick wipe of lacquer thinner. I once used it to strip the the wax off my white painted car because the white was getting kind of off-white. It's the best bug and tar remover I've found as well. Make sure you get a fresh coat of wax when you're done.
That depends on the car
Car finishes have changed greatly over the years, and what will work fine on a Bavarian Millennial Clearcoat can dissolve the finish on your '80s Mullet Muscle IROC
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