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Old 08-12-2013, 04:34 PM
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Default One little pointy part in the paint

I noticed one little pointy part in my paint I will fathom to guess a dust particle as it is not that huge but sure sticks out on the Deep Cherry color.

Will Claybar remove this, I also just read Chunks' how I washed my Longhorn and wanted to know if those products will remove this.

It is definately somewhere between paint and topcoat as it well you know what I am talking about.
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Check with a body shop, they may be able to nib it with some wet sandpaper, and buff that area.
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Yeah I would speak to a body shop as Graygoose suggested.....Just to be on the safe side....
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paint nibs have to be machine removed in my experience...
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