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Old 05-18-2013, 11:35 PM
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Default Try ordinary rain-x glass protectant or WD-40

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Originally Posted by Houdini View Post
Anyone know how to get Road Paint off of the paint...Had some Idiot drive thru the wet paint lines on the road and toss some up on the truck....looking for any known/proven methods to remove the splatter...without having to have truck repainted....
Don't use any abrasives. I've removed paint scuffs (parking poles, wood etc) with a dab of rain-x on a cotton ball.
Just rub it GENTLY on the pavement paint and see if it comes off.
The rain-x will not harm your OEM paint, but test a tiny section.

Bug and tar remover will be useful too, but may take a while. Wd-40 may be useful too.
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