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    Parma fas shine or equevelent

    I ran out of the Parma product that wipes overspray and sharpie marks off without damaging the lexan. Can that, or something similar, be bought now or is there a homebrew that works? I'm talking about the water based paints not lacquer.
    Anything worth doing is worth overdoing

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    Any citrus base cleaner will remove the offending marks
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    like 'goo-gone'...?
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    I've always used Lighter fluid to take sharpie marks off, perhaps it'll work on the paint as well?
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    Naptha takes of some sharpie marks but not all. I will try goo gone and some lemon pledge
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    When I mentioned citrus, I didn't mean pledge

    Try something like De-Solv-it

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    Don, 91% Isopropyl Alcohol from the drug store works great .... JW

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    overspray - try Tamiya Polycarbonate Cleaner, thats what i use

    works perfect for sharpie marks too
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    Thanks for all the tips. Looks like the Tamiya product is basically the same as the Parma. I will get to touching up some bodies soon.
    Anything worth doing is worth overdoing

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlatch View Post
    Thanks for all the tips. Looks like the Tamiya product is basically the same as the Parma. I will get to touching up some bodies soon.
    I use Rainx

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