Rustoleum overspray drifted onto 2011 Elantra

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I was in my garage with both doors open, using a can of Rustoleum white gloss to repaint a plant stand. It was a little breezy outside. I was 15 feet away from my white Elantra Touring, and was spraying in the opposite direction, away from the car. The next day I realized that the swirling air deposited a sticky overspray film on my car windows and half of the car's paint finish.

I have two bad shoulders so I use a car detail guy who does a good job and comes to the house. Can he easily handle removing this overspray? What product is good for this? Or do I need to go to a body shop and let them correct my stupid screw up?
 
Originally Posted By: actionstan
Originally Posted By: Brybo86
I bet a clay bar would clean it right up


My thoughts as well.


Yep, the clay bar was made for this.
 
Clay Bar would work perfect. I speak from experience!
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Clay on the paint, steel wool (0000 grade) and glass cleaner on the glass.

I'm always amazed what clay finds on paint.
 
Originally Posted By: Wheel
Clay on the paint, steel wool (0000 grade) and glass cleaner on the glass.

I'm always amazed what clay finds on paint.


That's right! I have seen a video on the 0000 grade steel wool on the glass. Worked GREAT!
 
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