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Clear Coat Flaking

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#1 axgutt


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Posted 11 February 2004 - 04:26 PM

I noticed the other morning that some of the clear coat is flaking off near the back of the roof of my 95 Legacy wagon. Some moisture must have seeped in - it looked like ice when I first saw it. The paint itself looks fine, but I'm not sure what to do to patch it up. Can I just spray something on?


#2 mattocs


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Posted 11 February 2004 - 05:38 PM

My 95 Legacy sedan had the same problem on the passanger side fender...then I hit a street sign with that fender...so its not worth fixing.

I took it to the car wash and pressure washed it until it all came off...I was gonna put some clear fingernail polish over it to keep it from doing it anymore...but now I need a new fender.

BTW, my Legacy is also a 5 speed...but with 206,000 miles :-x.

I hope to see 300k.

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