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So long story short, I had the bright idea to bed line my door panels and my glove box this evening.... I read up on it for a few weeks and I loved the look any who I preped and re preped and then applied a few thin coats of it. It ran like a mother. What can I do if anything to remove it. It's it to late. I just hate the look of it all runnie. Any help would be appreciated thanks
 

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Let it dry completely and then sand it down smooth. Not nearly a major issue.
 

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I know paint stripper will DEFINETILY take it off (a light mist of m600 will make it tacky) id be carefull however as this might strip the paint off the glove box. the trick with bedliner is make sure you shake it up GOOD and vigorously for like 3 minutes and make sure its room temperature. id try again and id wipe the surface a paint safe cleaner, maybe try duplicolor prep cleaner?
 
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