When you are painting your house and you spill paint on your car, it can be a frustrating experience to remove it. The correct way to remove the paint is to use car polish cutting cream and a detailing clay bar. These are special detailing products that are available at any auto parts store. You should try to remove the paint as quickly as you can once you notice it on your car.
1. Apply a small amount of cutting cream to the buffer and work the cream into the area with the house paint. The polish should remove most of the paint on the surface of the clear coat.
2. Wash the area clean with soap and water and then dry it with a clean, lint-free towel.
3. Spray the area you are working on with detailing clay lubricant and rub the detailing clay into the clear coat if there is any remaining house paint. The detailing clay bar is a hard, clay bar that will pick up any contaminates that are embedded into the clear coat. You will notice a frictionless surface when you start rubbing the clay bar. This will change as you continue to work the clay bar into the car’s paint. It will become harder to rub the bar across the paint for a moment. At this point, the bar is lifting up the embedded house paint form the clear coat. Continue rubbing the clay bar into the clear coat until there is no more house paint left.