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My car has been in a garage recently and has come out with a bit of blue overspray on one of my alloys with them being white im unsure what to use to get it off. Any ideas?
 

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I tried Polish mate it didnt take it off. Ive managed to scratch abit off but it took ages and looks more of a mess. Im guessin no kind of paint thinner will work.
 

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Thinners will wrk if the overspray is cellulose based.

T-cut?? we de-graffiti'd a transit with T-cut.
 

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I just used cheap car polish to try and get it off. Ive got some t-cut so i will give that a go tonight. I dont know how you mean by cellulose based but i dont wanna turn my alloys silver so i will give that miss. Thanks for the tips.
 

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I've never seen it, in the shops but you might be lucky... you can buy it from that website and get it delivered it will probably be cheaper
 
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