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I just bought a used IS that has some paint overspray on in. I tried claying which removed some of the smaller specs but takes forever. WD40 seems to work alot better. I tested a couple spots and wiped away quickly with a damp cloth. It doesnt seem to damage the surface at all. Just wana see what you guys think before I do the rest of the car.
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I saw a copy of an email at work last week describing the use of WD-40.. There were 40 uses and removing luv bugs was one of them without harming the paint.. I couldn't believe the uses for this stuff..
I love using WD-40! It takes almost all the grimmy stubborn dirt off! For even harder dirt, I use Acetone. But that one you gotta be careful. If you rub really hard, you'll rub the paint right off. Acetone does wonders.