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    Default Need help removing stains on frame



    Recently, i parked at a sheltered carpark at civil center at cck and some water dripped onto my frame. I did not notice the water until i reached my hdb carpark. When i saw the stain, i used wet tissue to wipe and it became a stain that cannot be remove. I have tried to remove using turtle wax and WD40 but to no avail. Anyone can help? I would greatly appreciate. Thanks.



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    Try using a rubbing compound. It's more slightly more aggressive than a polish.

    But if it were me, I'll try the following order (from least aggressive to most aggressive): clay bar + lubricant, polish, rubbing compound, 3M non-scratch scouring pad.
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    Maybe you can try kerosene?cheers
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    Never use those white nano sponge or something. They will remove the stain as well as the paint work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiq View Post
    Never use those white nano sponge or something. They will remove the stain as well as the paint work.
    I was about to suggest this.. If u're careful n don't apply to much pressure, u can control what goes off.

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    Thanks all for the suggestions. I will try using a running compound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by candid View Post
    Thanks all for the suggestions. I will try using a running compound.

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    RUBBING* compound.
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    do you mean melamine sponge?

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