[DML] How to remove paint from vinyl without damaging it?
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[DML] How to remove paint from vinyl without damaging it?



After spending the last 5 wonderful and fun (and stressful) weeks of 
delorean ownership working out all the mechanical bugs on my car, I am 
now moving on to the cosmetic side of things. I have carpet shampooing 
on my list, as well as louver painting, and have already vaccumed car, 
conditioned leather, and vinyl. Need to order a blending pad and 
stainless cleaner also to wrap it all up.

However, when I purchased the car, I noticed a line of what looks to be 
blue paint running down the side of the center console next to the 
shifter on the passenger side. I can only assume this to be nail 
polish, as it is that light blue '80s color. Does anyone have a 
suggestion as to what I can use to remove the stain/paint from the 
vinyl without damaging it (either stripping the vinyl color, eating 
away at the vinyl, etc). I have already tried armorall and another 
vinyl cleaner and scrubbed with a soft cloth. Didn't want to try goo 
gone, or paint thinner, or anything else harsher without checking 
first. Thanks!








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