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Removing Overspray

Hi peeps whats the best way to remove over spray. Ive recently found some on my GT front bumper!

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i would use some clay to begin with see how effective that is
 
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i would use some clay to begin with see how effective that is
+1 The easiest one to get your hands on is the Meguiars kit becuse you can get it in halfords etc. If you're buying it online buy the Bilt Hamber soft autoclay. It the overspray is still present you will need to move onto a more aggressive clay/ Finish Kare decontamination kit (i have only used this once on an old bmw which wasn't moved for 12 years or so, but it was a joy to use). Remember that aggressive clays may marr your paint, as with all clays soften the clay up in warm water (at teaish temperature) before you start keep it well lubed and keep folding the bar. I alway detar before claying btw.
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Thanks peeps ive been meaning to give clay a try but ive ran out . I need to order some Polishing Pads for my G220 this week. Ill have to order some more clay of cleanyourcar.co.uk why im on there. Ill keep you updated if the clay works
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I would just use Farecla G3, be interesting to know what the clay does
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