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Old 02-07-2013, 06:48 AM   #1
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how you stop the paint from turing white the clear?


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If you have a thread that gives you the answer why ask the question again?

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What I'd probably do is use a polish or a rubbing compound or even some clay and clean up all the areas til it looks good. Then I would have it clear-coated. This will help protect the paint for another 12 years. I have used 12 oz spray can clear-coat thats works good. Just make sure if you go that route that it's a clear coat that doesn't turn yellow. You basically spray it on like paint. A good clear coat will make it look like wet paint. Even after it's dry. I always test the clear coat under the hood or under the trunk lid. That way if it doesn't look good. It's somewhere no one sees it.
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Keep it out of the sun. Keep a coat of wax on it. Since option A isn't really feasable, continue with option B on a regular basis.

If it's single stage paint, you can easily polish the surface back. If it's clearcoated there isn't much you can do on your own and have it look respectable.
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