Removing Paint Ball Paint from a Car?

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This is a page about removing a paint ball paint from a car. The oily goo of a paint ball can be a challenge to clean from a car's finish.


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July 8, 2005

How do you remove paintball goo from a car. It is on windows and finish.

Thank you,


By ShellyE (Guest Post)
July 10, 20051 found this helpful
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I'd try Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. Took a paint transfer off my car's bumper and didn't hurt the painted finish.

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August 15, 20050 found this helpful
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The "paint" in paint balls are nothing but colored vitamin E oil so I would try something that would cut the oil like vinegar, but I'm not sure about using vinegar on the painted surface .. I would reach for the Simple Green! .

Good Luck to ya!

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August 15, 20050 found this helpful

I had a couple of them hit the side of my house. They were green and blue on my white siding. When I went out later, the color was all gone.


I think that they are supposed to disappear quickly so before you do anything drastic, wait a while and see if it goes away on its own.

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By carie (Guest Post)
September 29, 20060 found this helpful

my car was hit 15 times all over my car. I took the car to the car wash when the hot water and the brushes hit the car it smeared the oil base and smeared that all over the car, leaving a thick film. How do i remove the film left behind, and the more you rub it the morew it smears...hELP

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