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    Angry Cement

    Dumb builders next door splashed a bit of cement on my car, wats the best way to get it off without damaging paint work? its gone pretty solid Would a jet wash hose do the trick you think?

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    A pressure wash would lift off the worst, but as they would probably have febmix in the cement this time of year there is every chance it would have reacted with the paint I'm afraid.
    why do today what you can...... I'll finish this later

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    I'd grab em by the ears and use their tongue to get it off personally.
    Unless they're bigger than you in which case I spose you'll have to try a jet wash.
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    neighbours were getting some work done last week, only noticed the cement today cos its on passenger side which i never noticed. So its been on for about a week(ish). Don't really get on with neighbour so no point talking to him about it.....i'm well pi$$ed believe me. Will take it down to jet wash tomorrow, car needed a wash anyway

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    Take it to the police?

    You shouldn't need to foot the bill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skót
    Take it to the police?

    You shouldn't need to foot the bill.
    Although i know it must have been them, i got no proof, and you know they would deny it.

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    Local press?

    Name and shame them.
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    Remember he still has to live next to them.
    why do today what you can...... I'll finish this later

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    Not the neighbours. The workmen.
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    should come off mate, Ive splattered the van on many occasions! Just use my nails to chip at it. The plastisers and frost proofing chemicals we use cant do any good but youll find removing it will probably do more damage than the content of the cement has. nowt a bit Tcut cant solve mate!
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