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7/26/2019 5:25 PM
Edited Date/Time: 7/26/2019 5:25 PM

Not getting any tracking on this other site so I’ll ask here because there is a few painters around here. Is there any way to remove the black spots on my truck paint? Didn’t use to be as bad years ago and they some what fade after a wash, but didn’t know if I could buff/polish or whatever to get it looking better.

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7/26/2019 5:26 PM

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7/26/2019 5:27 PM

Sorry... forgot to add the photo bros Photo

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7/26/2019 5:44 PM

Scrub and scrub and scrub. Maybe try a bug and tar remover.

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7/26/2019 6:19 PM

colintrax wrote:

Scrub and scrub and scrub. Maybe try a bug and tar remover.

Right on. Didn’t know if it was something like wet sand, compound, or something else. Guess I’ll work the ole elbows out again. I’ve tried soap before and it never takes it out completely

Thanks for the input

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7/26/2019 7:59 PM

Do you know what’s causing it? Is it parked under a tree or something?

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7/27/2019 1:57 AM

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7/27/2019 1:59 AM

Try those white magic sponges they get anything off and if you rub hard enough they will take the clear coat so try gently as they will get that off. smile

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7/27/2019 6:28 AM

SEE ARE125 wrote:

Do you know what’s causing it? Is it parked under a tree or something?

Not since I’ve owned it. Looks like mold...

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7/27/2019 11:06 AM

Clay bar. As bad as it is try the synthetic clay as you can wash it off and keep using it. Regular clay you’ll not get very far before it’s trash. You’ll also need a spray detailer for lube.

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7/27/2019 1:05 PM

AJ565 wrote:

Clay bar. As bad as it is try the synthetic clay as you can wash it off and keep using it. Regular clay you’ll not get very far before it’s trash. You’ll also need a spray detailer for lube.

Thanks. I tried some compound today and all it did was fade it more than normal after a wash. I’ll try some clay

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7/29/2019 12:37 AM

Try Stoner Tarminator or CarPro Tar X. These products won't damage the paint.

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