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Re: Best treatment for this? How would you approach it?

Originally Posted by castiel View Post
do you know what paint is on the car? 1.e polyurethane base coat (renault usually use that stuff, and then a 1k or 2k (1-2 pack) laquer. if so then thinners wont touch it. if acrilyc then you could possibly take away all the paint in a few scrubs of thinners and make it worse EVEN DILUTED!.
I'm puzzled

Who suggested adding thinners onto the existing paint?

I mentioned adding thinners to the touch-up paint before applying it to the car...


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