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Old 05-11-2009, 11:21 PM
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best way to remove this haze off my paint?

I have a black car and it is 85% garaged most of the time. There is this haze on the surface of my entire car including the windows. It makes my paint almost look glittery with all those lil speckles. It is a pain to get off the windows. I tried using newspapers and invisible glass, i rub extremely hard but then it smears it. Sigh. I tried washing my car normally with meguiars car wash liquid, but the haze is still on top of my paint, any ideas on how to remove this without having to claybar my car?

I think its because we cook in the garage. All the steam and etc from the food. Other than that I don't know what else it could of come from.
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only way is clay bar the entire car.
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you could try TSP from the hardware store, mixed with water..that stuff removes road tar easier than anything else I have ever used.. I'd try that and some elbow grease
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If you really don't want to claybar your car (which is prolly what you should do anyways) have you tried just waxing? A mild abrasive like wax might be enough. If that doesn't work, get some rubbing compound and a wheel. Either way, you're gonna have to put some work in.

And if you're cooking in the garage, perhaps it's the oils from foods which is falling onto your car. Don't you have a kitchen!?
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