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  • Tiny
  • zachfroc
  • 2002 Volkswagen Jetta
  • 119,000 miles

Not so much a mechanical question but I put on this scratch stick remover on my car and it left an unflattering residue so I'm going t remove it. I've been told that It can be removed with xylene - But isn't that a type of paint thinner? And will it harm my cars paint? Or is it just strong enough to take of the scratch stuff?

Friday, September 21st, 2012 AT 2:28 AM

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  • Tiny
  • CJ MEDEVAC
  • Expert
  • 9,176 posts

BEEN USING THIS SECRET PRODUCT DOWN SOUTH FOR YEARS

USED TO BE IT WAS ONE OF THE CHEAPEST THINGS ON THE MARKET

WE USE IT FOR EVERYTHING DOWN HERE IN S.C.

WORKS FASTER AND IS STILL CHEAPER THAN "BUG AND TAR REMOVER"

I DOUBT IT WOULD COMPROMISE YOUR PAINT. IT GETS ON IT FROM TIME TO TIME ANYWAY

WHAT THE HECK. GIVE IT A SHOT. IT MAY NOT REMOVE IT, BUT NOTHING WILL BE HURT IF YOU TRY

WE CALL IT "GAS". THE FORMAL NAME IS "GASOLINE". ACROSS THE WATER THEY CALL IT "PETROL"

GET THE CAN FOR YOUR LAWNMOWER OUT PUT A DAB ON A RAG

I KEEP MY ALL PURPOSE MOVER/ REMOVER ON THE BACK OF MY JEEPS

LET ME KNOW HOW IT WORKS. YOU MAY OWE ME LUNCH. LOL!

THE MEDIC

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Friday, September 21st, 2012 AT 3:03 AM

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