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Joopjbc89

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How to remove prime spray off your paint work without re painting that area??
 

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Depends on the primer, if it's just grey acrylic primer over 2 pac you could try some thinners to get the most of it off. Then some 1200 and 2000 wet and dry to remove the rest. It will then need a buff.
The above has worked for me anyway. If it's just a dust coat of primer overspray then just use wet and dry, with a buff afterwards.
 

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Try thinners only. If failed, try buff. If failed, yeap try fine paper followed by a buff.
 
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