Re: Video: How to remove overspray paint using detailing clay
Painting a scratch to fill it in so it's unnoticeable sounds simple enough but is it?
You can minimize its ugliness making it less noticeable but to do it correctly requires sanding and feathering the defect out then repainting. The trick here is to blend the new paint with the old creating a perfect match then clearing the entire panel so the blended edges or transition from new to old are invisible.
This depends largely on what you find acceptable. You may find yourself wet-sanding the area to remove most of it then buff with an appropriate pad and compound. Don't be afraid to experimant a little, you can only improve the situation...
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