I figured that would be the advice of a professional paint person, but I’m sure
there are ways to “get around” this. I’m doing some googling to see if there
are short cuts.
II realize it’s only delaying the inevitable, but I figure it’s worth looking
into if possible. Heck, maybe Clay could come down and rattle can some clear
> On Sep 17, 2016, at 7:43 PM, Curt Raymond <curtlud...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> When my 240D had that problem I was told I'd have to strip all the clear and
> recoat, that it'd just keep peeling otherwise.
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> On Sat, Sep 17, 2016 at 7:39 PM, Dan Penoff via Mercedes
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> I am going to look at a W126 tomorrow that has clear coat peeling on the
> roof. The rest of the car might be OK, so I’m trying to get a feel for what
> I might be getting into should I want to buy it.
> As an interim approach, can the edges of the clear coat be feathered and just
> polished or buffed out so it blends into the surface?
> I assume that clear coat could be reapplied to seal the area back up again?
> Any paint enabled folks here who want to comment or make recommendations
> would be appreciated.
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