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Getting latex paint overspray off a vehicle?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Kagia, Jul 2, 2016.

  1. Kagia

    Kagia Crossbow Man Founders

    So my landlord was painting his fences with a pneumatic sprayer and latex paint and got overspray all over my truck.

    Anyone know how to get it off without damaging the finish of the truck?

    I'd imagine rubbing alcohol would take it right off, but will it be bad for my paint?
  2. NavyCuda

    NavyCuda Grand Nagus Staff Founders

    Most automotive paints are rather resistant to chemicals after they've had time to setup. I would try in a small area first.
  3. Ken

    Ken Crossbow Man

    Your best bet is a detailer, and back charge your landlord. We recently had some over spray on cars near our site, and that was our solution. That way any damage to your paint is on the detailer, and you don't have to worry
  4. Kagia

    Kagia Crossbow Man Founders

    Yeah I think that's probably what I'll do. There's a lot of it on there and I'm not into trying to scrub it all off, and risk messing up my paint.

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