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I had the misfortune of having someone get white over spray on my Mach 1, which I didn't notice for two weeks. The over spray came off the red paint easily enough with a clay bar, but didn't touch the over spray on the black matte. Other than a respray, none of my several contacts had much advice. 

While searching online I ran across a spray on product from Dr Beasley's that claimed to remove over spray from matte black. Riiight. I figured I'd waste $35 plus shipping before I'd respray the hood. I had no faith it would work, but I'm a believer in it now. Directions said spray it on, wait 5 minutes, wipe it off. The first application removed most of the white speckles, so I applied a second coat and waited 8ish minutes. The result was effin magic. Well worth the $50 and twenty minutes. 

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Bob, i have some clear overspray on my truck I wonder if that would remove it? When the truck is freshly washed you don't notice that much but when it starts to get dirty i guess it gets down in the crevice's and it can be seen really well. Got on there when I was clear coating my Mach1. It was parked 400 feet away from paint exhaust but I guess the wind was just right that day.

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Yep ,you would be surprised how far that overspray can travel ,it even gets inside my shop with the doors closed ,i guess through any little gap . I keep a car cover on any car in the shop ,especially when i am spraying gel coat ,that will not come off !

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