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Hey guys, so I platidipped parts of my car a while back and i decided to remove it. WD and goo gone wasn't doing it for me so i used gasoline on a cloth and it all came off fairly easy. But now there is reside from the gas. How do I remove it? I tried a power washer but it didn't do much.
 

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Oh-oh. Better get Maaco.
 

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Sad enough I remember when this was $19.95

Ole Earl, may God rest his soul, still has franchises in operation.

However, the devalued dollar as well as the environmentally safe refinishing products has turned $19.95-$29.95 into $399.95.

Still, any car, any color (Sheibs colors BTW).......probably the same amount of overspray and orange peel, the price is about a third of a traditional shop.......you DO get what ya pay for though.

Thanks for the memory flash Eddy.

Rob
 

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Hey guys, so I platidipped parts of my car a while back and i decided to remove it. WD and goo gone wasn't doing it for me so i used gasoline on a cloth and it all came off fairly easy. But now there is reside from the gas. How do I remove it? I tried a power washer but it didn't do much.
Try buffing it?

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some kind of bug and tar remover or buffing compound like maguiars ultimate compound or something a little rougher.
 

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Photographs would help. What parts were plasti-dipped? Plastic? Paint, chromed plastic? I would like to know all this prior to making a suggestion as I would attack each one differently.
 
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