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Old 02-11-2011, 02:56 PM   #1
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need help removing some stains on paint

hey,
a buddies new benz e350 had some things drop down on it. its now stuck on it cuz he didnt wipe it off right away.
anyway, the stain came because the pipe on top of his garage broke and water started to drip on the car. The it went through wood before dripping on the card. Now the stain is not really coming off.....
any suggestion on what we can try without damaging the paint??

thanks
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Old 02-11-2011, 04:24 PM   #2
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calcium deposit not pretty
there are a couple of ways but they not pretty too

muriatic acid will take it right off but if you screw up. gg, then you polish it
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you can wet sand it out then polish it
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Old 02-11-2011, 10:55 PM   #3
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If you have time to come by my shop in Maple Ridge, we can try a few things to remove it.
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calcium deposit not pretty
there are a couple of ways but they not pretty too

muriatic acid will take it right off but if you screw up. gg, then you polish it
or
you can wet sand it out then polish it
hey thanks for the quick reply, still searching for simplier ways to remove it since its a brand new car and i dont want to screw it up for them and end up paying to paint the rear bumper again.

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If you have time to come by my shop in Maple Ridge, we can try a few things to remove it.
hey, there is no insurance on the car, and the owner is my friends dad.. my friend and i are trying to remove it before his dad comes back in the country.. or else he is gonna go through hell. thanks though
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Old 02-12-2011, 07:43 AM   #5
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hey, there is no insurance on the car, and the owner is my friends dad.. my friend and i are trying to remove it before his dad comes back in the country.. or else he is gonna go through hell. thanks though
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