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Old 09-11-2008, 04:05 PM   #1
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A little help with a stained top???

so i went to a football game with my friends and one of my friends decided to put some of that window paint on my plastic windows and it rained a little after she put it on so the paint ran down and got into the canvas of my brand new top and i cant get it to come out. plus when i tried to get it off i scratched up my two rear side windows quite a bit so if you have any suggestions for fixing either of these please let me know.
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be very upset with your freind.

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Try paint remover on a small unvisible spot, not sure what else to suggest.
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for the windows there is this stuff you can get from autozone its plastic cleaner for headlights thats what i use on my plastic windows and it gets out the scratches and as for the paint stuff try a pressure washer. or go to autozone and look at the cleaning stuff they have there could be something there
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Not sure if it will work but Goo Gone works at removing pretty much anythhing I have tried it on. Not smart enough to make the fancy hyperlink but here it is on amazon if you don't know what I mean.

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order a new Besttop and charge it to your friends card, or put fox urine in their cars vents.
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Whatever you do don't use paper towels, they scratch, made from wood you know...
Try plain old windex foaming stuff, that gets a lot of crap off. I'd be careful of other chemicals, some can melt plastic.
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order a new Besttop and charge it to your friends card, or put fox urine in their cars vents.
Fox Urine? That's genius.....
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so i went to a football game with my friends and one of my friends decided to put some of that window paint on my plastic windows and it rained a little after she put it on so the paint ran down and got into the canvas of my brand new top and i cant get it to come out. plus when i tried to get it off i scratched up my two rear side windows quite a bit so if you have any suggestions for fixing either of these please let me know.
Take a few minutes and call the manufacturer of the window paint and ask to speak to someone in their development department. Maybe someone there can give you a simple solution to remove the stains.
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I second Moz's suggestion and I'd do it monday morning before it gets baked in.
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