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    Removing paint from my seat?

    hey chaps anyone know what can be used to remove paint from me seat cheers

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    what kind of seats? leather or cloth?
    if its cloth seats then you can use tar and glue remover BUT TEST ON A SMALL AREA THAT AINT SEEN 1ST.

    also what kind of paint??

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    cloth pal and its solvent basecoat

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    tar and glue should take it out then mate. make sure u try on a small patch 1st tho

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    cheers i hope it does im sick ov seeing a white patch on me back seat lol

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    using a solvent may bleach the cloth. what ever you use don not over wet the area as it will be a pain to dry out and may cause mold growth if not dried fully.

    best thing i can suggest is to contact the paint manufacturer and see what type of product they recommend.
    Castle Combe Saloon Car Championship. Car 21, pug 106 GTI. Gone from track days to full on racing

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    wudnt thinners just remove it

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    tbh im not sure, try somewhere out of sight and only use a small amount.

    sorry i cant help anymore
    Castle Combe Saloon Car Championship. Car 21, pug 106 GTI. Gone from track days to full on racing

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    cheers anyway just my luck its smack bang in the middle ov me seat lol

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    i have a stain from tyre gel which i cant remove. hardly noticeable now but cos i know its there it bugs me
    Castle Combe Saloon Car Championship. Car 21, pug 106 GTI. Gone from track days to full on racing

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