Originally Posted by singscountry1967
Originally Posted by dbeast420
Be very careful though. It is possible to screw up your paint.
Interesting... can you give a bit more info? Did you screw up your paint? Was the surface hot? How can it screw it up? Sorry for the 20 questions... but I'd honestly like to learn more.
Yep. My roof is seriously F'd
Surface was cool. I started around 6:15 one Sunday morning figuring it would remove the "Acid Rain" stains that were on the roof since I worked near a steel recycling plant and the fallout would sit and dry after it rained
After a double wash using Dawn Ultra to help finish removing what wax was left.
Using copious amounts of the lubricant that was supplied, I started doing it by the directions. I got the whole roof done and then washed to make sure there was no residue left from the claying. The spots were still there
I did it all over again using more elbow grease and eventually wound up ruining the clearcoat on the roof. I have paint flaking off over the drivers door and the roof is a flat dull blue :(
I went ahead and put a coat of LG over it hoping to preserve what is left of the paint that is there. I was so pissed off i didn't even clay the rest of the car before glassing it
I'll get some pics tomorrow to show exactly how bad it is