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Old 07-18-2010, 03:58 PM   #1
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Egg on Paint! Help!

How do I remove the mess made by an egg on a sunny day?

After cleaning it off, I tried Goof Off and I can still see the aftermath on the paint...
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wash the car??
claybar it if theres still something on the paint.
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sorry to hear that bro but honestly you're fucked, I got egged once too on a sunny day and it broke right through the clear coat and left a crater like ring on the base paint, it's amazing how bad it can fuck your car up.

I had the car repainted since completely but I still shiver at the thought of an egg hitting my car, especially on a sunny day.

btw I got egged as a case of mistaken identity, they even stuffed eggs inside my muffler tips
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sorry to hear that bro but honestly you're fucked, I got egged once too on a sunny day and it broke right through the clear coat and left a crater like ring on the base paint, it's amazing how bad it can fuck your car up.

I had the car repainted since completely but I still shiver at the thought of an egg hitting my car, especially on a sunny day.

btw I got egged as a case of mistaken identity, they even stuffed eggs inside my muffler tips
Yeah, that sucks. It was my girlfriend's chili red Mini Cooper S. She babies that thing more than I baby my cars.
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As G-spec said, if it left a crescent shaped mark on the paint, my guess it has chipped the paint through to the base coat or primer coat and it will need to be painted. Got a pic?
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