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Old 18-Apr-2016, 04:23 PM
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Default Removing handprints from suncream

Have a black car and has a few childrens handprints on it from when i bought it any advice on whats best for removing them thinking maybe tcut or a good compound.also can e46 rear reverse light lenses be sorted gone all hazey
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only way out is rotary or da polisher and go through some light compounding .. had the same on my own car when i got it and someone had put polish on top to make it worse .. can be done though just takes patience
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See if you can get some caustic ( not acidic, wonderwheels is no use) wheel cleaner.
Wipe on, scrub with soft cloth and rinse really well. Usually does the trick
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Thanks lads
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