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    TJ Paint Job

    Tried posting this in the TJ forum, but it says photos arenít allowed to be attached. Anyways, here it goes.

    Anyone have an idea of some stuff thatís good to clean a Jeep with? I donít know whatís on it. Been trying to clean this up, but been like it since I got it from the previous owner. Looks like he applied some type of wax or cleaner that either dulled the paint or wonít come off. I rub Place with my finger and itíll look more like the door, but the whole rear section is like this. Any other opinions on it?IMG_7167.jpg

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    Either oxidation or clear coat damage. If it clears up when you rub it, it may be oxidation... Go to the auto parts store or Walmart and there should be oxidation remover. Try rubbing it on an inconspicuous area of the damaged paint and see if it works.

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