old and slightly
Join Date: Jul 2006
Hopefully clay will sort it on its own. If not then careful polishing firstly with SRP, and then if that doesn't get all of it, a more abrasive polish such as Menzerna intensive polish 85 RD. Always start off with the least abrasive you can. I realise it will take a long time, but it is easier to remove paint than put it back on. The same thing happened to my blue 156 4 or 5 years ago, before I knew better, and I went straight for the T Cut. It certainly removed it the emulsion spots, along with a fair bit of the clear coat, and thereafter I had little patches where the paint had been damaged, which showed up badly in strong sunlight.