My shoe s paint transferred to my motorcycle s side cover. How do I remove it?
- don rLv 75 months agoFavorite Answer
WD40 and a soft cloth will remove the stain.
- BertstaLv 75 months ago
Try spray furniture polish and some elbow grease - it contains a mild solvent which will help lift the shoe print. Or go for a mild cutting polish. You shouldn't need anything more abrasive than that.
- Tim DLv 75 months ago
Probably a couple of bolts, maybe a clip with a grommet. Old toothbrush and some toothpaste, gentle circular motions.
- FirestormerLv 75 months ago
Undo the lace and pull down at the heel
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- Candid ChrisLv 75 months ago
#24 grit on a rotory disc, gone is seconds.
Shoe polish? Paint thinner on a rag.
- Anonymous5 months ago
Going to Church? Yeah, happened to me. Toe of Oxfords got dulled from the shift lever.
A polished or chromed gearbox or timing cover, or enamelled? Polished/chromed; use Gunk and a soft cloth. Might need Mother's polish. If enamelled, use hot soapy water and soft rag. Rise with distilled. Use McGuire's wax. Maybe some Turtle polishing compound if soapy water does not work.
- JetDocLv 75 months ago
Get the engine up to operating temperature and then just wipe it off with a dry cotton rag.
- FØXY ÐïLv 45 months ago
Remove it with T-Cut available from most auto stores... if you mean the crankcase then use turpentine.