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i just recently had my car painted and it is caspian blue (dark blue) after a while i noticed that it started to get what looks like spider webs on the paint. i guess they are just really small scratches on the clear coat? i need to know what will take those out. I was watching TNN one morning and they were talking about it but i cant remember what it was that they used. thanks
 

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Usually spider webbing is caused from an impropper prep job. Is the paint still under warranty? Take it back to get it fixed if it is.

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I would say that the new paint reacted with the old paint. Clearcoats sometimes don't go well with old type paints. If it is this then I doubt if anything will help, not even wetsanding & buffing. The cracks are probably all the way thru the new paint. I'd try wetsanding & buffing a small spot just to see.

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go to an auto paint supplier, they should have the McGuier's line up of waxes polishes and compounds. Read through what each does, and find the best to suit your needs. Is good stuff.
 
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