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Old 04-12-2011, 10:04 PM
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sharpie on paint?

After picking up my car from the dealership, today I noticed some black sharpie on the inner side of the door, on the silver paint! It's just a small mark, however I'd like to get rid of it. What's the easiest, safest way to remove sharpie off of silver paint? Car is an 04 btw
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Old 04-12-2011, 10:18 PM
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I think plain old wax will take it off honestly. If that doesn't work, try clay and/or a really light polish
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Try a bit of ethyl alcohol?
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Always start with mild cleaners and escalate...

There is a product called 'bug and tar remover' that I usually have for stubborn things... I am guessing it will do sharpie if it does splattered tar... but start with detergents, if you have a old piece of clay try that, then step up.
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