This involved a T-Cutting session. Now anyone in their right mind who has a 'mettallic' paint car (i.e. base colour then lacquer) knows that you just don't ever, EVER T-Cut them.
On this occasion, I thanksfully didn't ruin the paint job by doing the T-cut, but it was a pain-staking WEEKEND of a job.
It was a HOT and Sunny Day, and I was in the mood to get it a gleamin!!! so I thought
"ok - Full Monty - TCut then Wax - Oh Yeah!!!"
Out came the TCut, and I started to do the car, Panel-by-panel... The whole car took 3/4 hour to an hour, by the time I got back to panel number 1 My brother (far more worldly wide regarding cars than I) came out and started giggling at me...
"What you gigglin at Knob head" was probably what I said..
"Err... How you gonna get that TCut off the car now, Bro?" was his reply
"Err... well... have you tried buffing it yet?"
"No?" with a squinted and curious look, realising that there was some method to his madness, it squirmed out of my mouth.
So I got my buffing cloth and started to buff...
The noise was awful, and the cloth came apart!
"Oh SHITTY SHIT SHIT!" I realised I had a problem on my hands and to make matters worse, my mom & dad's neighbour and his son (Both of them Retards) were now taking an interest - Even Better!
I Rubbed, and I Rubbed and it wasn't comin' off....
"What should I do?" I asked my brother
"Well.. .you could try setting fire to it.... nah only jokin, try washing it with really, HOT water..."
So I did this and it brought MOST of it off luckily, but it took 2 washes.
The next day, the remainder of it came off with a Waxing
It was a painstaking weekend which was the pre-cursor to a... well.... piece of sh*t of a car!