Removing Paint Transfer from a Car's Finish

When you are involved in a minor fender bender or collision with your garage, paint often transfers to your car's finish. This is a guide about removing paint transfer from a car's finish.

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Question: Removing Paint Marks From a Car's Finish

By Bita 1

While I was pulling into my garage, I accidentally scraped the wall in my brand-new car. Now I have house paint and some scratches on my car. Any ideas of how to get it off? Thanks.

By Bita from Los Angeles

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Most Recent Answer

By Barbara 5 29 Flag

March 4, 2011

Just use regular cooking oil on a soft cloth,apply a little pressure. It should come right off & won't harm the manufacture's paint.

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