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oops, overspray on poured epoxy finish

I recently did a barcoat poured (50/50) epoxy finish on an 8 foot table. After my client got the table up to his cabin (200 miles north of here) he noticed there was a slight overspray of polyurethane on one end of the table. WE both missed it when he picked it up.

Does anyone have any suggestions for removing the overspray.

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post #2 of 4 Old 12-12-2006, 06:00 PM
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Nice looking set!
You should be able to remove the overspray, without harming the finish by using a clay detailing bar. Here is a description.
http://www.autogeek.net/clbaandlu.html
I use one all the time on my truck and it does a great job. I get mine at Auto Zone.
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I've used that barcoat stuff alot and it's pretty indestructable. I would try some laquer thinner on a rag and see it it will cut the poly. I don't think it will touch the barcoat.

Worse case scenario is to recoat the barcoat.

Do one thing at a time, do it well, then move on.
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Thanks guys. Good ideas. I've got a Car Quest next door that I'll check with in the AM. Then I'm headed to the paint store for another project and it just happens I need some more laquer thinner. I guess timing is everything, once again.
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