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    Default Brand new city paint ruined:(

    Hello all fellow pakwheel members,

    I came across an unfortunate incident, I recently bought a brand new city in polished metal metallic color. Yesterday my car got some stains while my neighbor's gate was being painted (using a spray). though my car was parked at a distance of about 20 feet. but today when i was washing my car, I noticed that their are tiny particles of paint all over the surface of car's body including windscreen & mirrors, though after washing i waxed my car but in vein. Now the situation is, when i touch the suface of paint, it feels like there is sand/dust on the body. The tiny particles of paint are unnoticiable untill one try to observe it closely on the windscreen, I request paint/polish expects to help me making the body smoother without damaging the paint as the car is brand new.


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    @All.. Thanks all for the valuable inputs. Thanks GOD, Get my car back to its original state. I just visit my painter & discuss the matter, Bring him to my house,where in a dust free environment he first cleans the car, then gently use compound on the body, with a very light hand making all paint drops disappears. For windscreen & windows he gently apply petrol with soft cotton cloth & the tiny particles of paint vanished in minutes. Later he washed & wax the car, The surface of paint is again smooth & shiny...

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    I am glad to hear that you brought the car to its original shine again

    Enjoy driving your new car and next time don't forget to park it in a safe place if a paint work is being done near your house

    Bless,
    Have a nice day

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    Lo g congrats... Next time be careful.

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    polish and a buffer works very nice, for glass use a razor blade in small sections.
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