Painted my trolley strips the other day and did a pretty good job (for a novice) on the left side, but tonight I did the driver side and got a bit of grey primer overspray, (lesson learnt, mask everywhere or leave to a professional)
Also some how got some paint on my iPhone, don't even know how, but wondering how to get that and the primer off without destroying the existing professional paintwork.
I googled it and it said a clay bar but I'd prefer to trust the advice of a painter or someone with experience.
Pretty annoyed about it since I did a good job on the passenger side.
If you need pics I can post em tomorrow afternoon.
Try prepsol mate
With your iPhone, is it on the back cover or the glass screen(s if you have a 4,4s)? If it's the screen, just get a glass scraper/razor blade and run it over the screen. iPhone screens are guerrilla glass and pretty hard to damage, just be careful.
iphones are glass screens - I dont know about hard to damage, I am on my 3rd iphone4 !! The front and back are glass (at least they are on iphone4, not sure about others), which means thinners wont hurt it. IF you are very careful to keep the thinners confined to the screen, you could apply a tiny amount of thinners to a chux and just carefully rub it off with a fingertip. Clean afterwards the same way but with a bit of dishwashing liquid instead.
With the car, depending on how thick the overspray is, you could try 2000grit wet rubbing or even just cut and polish. If its real light, then sure try a clay bar. Prepsol probably wont have any effect at all.
Cheers guys, all info is welcome.
A mate of mine also told me prepsol, but by how cheap a clay bar is (like $4 on ebay) i might get a few for backups/
Will update if i have any success.