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    How to remove CarPro Reload overspray on rear window?

    I applied CarPro Reload on my car’s painted surfaces & noticed overspray from Reload on my rear window approximately 3 hours after application.

    What’s the best method to remove the overspray from my window?

    I was thinking using a clay bar would be sufficient. I’d like to avoid polishing the window if possible.

    Thank y’all in advance

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    Re: How to remove CarPro Reload overspray on rear window?

    Try CarPro Eraser and see if that works.
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    Re: How to remove CarPro Reload overspray on rear window?

    Yeah give eraser a try. If not i wouldn’t try anything stronger and clay.


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    Re: How to remove CarPro Reload overspray on rear window?

    Why not spray a little Reload on the glass and then buff it off?


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    Re: How to remove CarPro Reload overspray on rear window?

    Why are you trying to avoid polishing it? A finishing polish would take it right off most likely

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    Re: How to remove CarPro Reload overspray on rear window?

    Next time don`t spray Reload on your paint. Spray on a mf applicator, no overspray and a little goes a long way.
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