I just bought a 12 year old truck that was recently painted by the previous owner. There is quite a bit of overspray from the acrylic enamel paint (blue) on the aluminum wheels, bumpers, and rubber. Other then the overspray, I can live with the paint job for a while. How do I get the overspray off the aluminum wheels especially?
Thank you very much.
Danny H [last name deleted for privacy by Editor] - Aiken, South Carolina 2002
The same thing has happened to my son. Please let me know if you get any ideas.
Debbie S [last name deleted for privacy by Editor] - Fort Wlaton Beach, Florida 2003
Use coarse steel wool [on
Amazon affil link] and Zipstrip. Also use chemical resistant
rubber gloves [on
Amazon affil links] and use in a VERY WELL ventilated area.
Joy Carde - Seymour, Connecticut, USA 2004
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