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    Looks metalic to me, was he charged extra!!

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    No was part of the sports pack with the wide tyres and body coloured bumper(forehead!!!)

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    FFS these people are teaching our children?!

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    (Ok being serious here) but acryllic car paint contains various organic carcinogens and toxins which are readily absorbed through inhalation and the skin. Maybe a trip to A&E later??

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    I just had a conversation with a nice lady from the company that make the spray.

    It will all wash out with normal shampoo.




    Nah only kidding, it does not dissolve easily in safe solvents and will likely permanently colour the hair even if you could get it out. Shaving it off is the best option. Its not that toxic so no trip to A&E

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    Mmmm. Ford Moondust Silver.

    I have a buffing machine that will go through to the primer if I leave it on the edges of panels too long - does he want to borrow that? I'll even throw in the G3 cutting compound.

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    Probably that citrus cleaner stuff with the gritty bits in will do it. If not, hot air gun and scraper

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinnantonnix View Post
    Swarfega's good, but I think you need a miracle for that.


    Don't use thinners or solvents on your skin - it's nasty stuff.

    I used to use sprits to clean my hands after working on the car, but my friend (who did biology) was horrified and warned me not to do it.
    I remember my dad getting me to wash my hands after working on 'the car' with some nasty clear liquid with a big read cross on it... (by working I mean taking a wheel off or something meaningless)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCrust View Post
    Mmmm. Ford Moondust Silver.

    I have a buffing machine that will go through to the primer if I leave it on the edges of panels too long - does he want to borrow that? I'll even throw in the G3 cutting compound.
    If he does that I think I know how that's going to turn out...

    Ah, here we are...
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