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    hi all ive recently had a bumper sprayed and they have left all the overspray of laquer on my windows and body work not happy the question is is there some kind of product to get it off with as it feels and looks terrible!!

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    claying the car may get the over spray off the car but id tak it back and show them and ask them to do it

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    use a small piece of wire wool on the windows as this brings them up lovely indeed and t-cut/clay bar on the body work

    or complain to the body shop and see what they are going to do about it

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    if it's really heavy, a light wipe with thinners will lift it..

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    As above, take it back first and get them to do it.

    I used a Meguairs clay kit from Halfords a while back which helped me, you can do paintwork and glass with it.

    Good luck, hope you get it sorted.

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    I had this problem as well and was advised on Detailing World to use some Tardis or Tar Glue Remover and then wax again afterwards.

    Must say it got it off the bonnet pretty good

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