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    Removing super glue and bondo.

    While working on putting my monitor in the dash, some super glue leaked over and dripped onto my dash. So now i have an ugly white streak going down. I tried nail polisher removed, but it didnt do any good. Any other suggestion?


    Same thing with bondo. A little bit dried on the dash. When i run my hand over the spot, i cant even feel a hump or anything, its just a little white mark. What can i use to remove that?

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    Low Bitrate Prem's Avatar
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    Chances are they have damaged the surface of the dash.....

    Bummer....

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    You may wanna try this :

    http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?...ID=9&doy=30m10

    I have never used them before but it may do the job.

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    In my experience, superglue actually removes the color from certain plastics. If you can't feel it, that's probably what happened. Try getting some paint if you don't have any luck removing it, and put a dropcloth down next time.
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    And then I was mod. Tidder's Avatar
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    Sand it down, smooth it out, paint it. Easiest way and you'll get good results.
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    Well, He asked for it. WebDog's Avatar
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    what color is your dash? i have the same problem but its like shows in the grain so im thinking about using some model paint and thinningit a little then almost white washing it over the spots ill try it later today or tomarrow and tell you how it goes awel as pics.

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    my dash is the "stock" flat black color. its plastic

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