#1
I have a Pelham Blue SG Standard. There's a slight stain in the finish like maybe I left it near a heater register or something. I'd like to know how to clean it without ruining the finish. I tried a small touch of Goo Gone, which did absolutely nothing. Any other ideas?
#2
Is it a stain or paint damage?
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#4
Turpentine should get it out
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#6
I got some out of my paul with Meguiars Scratch x and some gentle polishing.
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Last edited by RCA1186 at Dec 9, 2013,
#7
It's so light a picture wouldn't even show it. It looks like smoke resin or a heater type mark.
#8
That guitar has a polyurethane finish. If it’s discolored the discoloration is in the paint, which is under layers of clear coat. You can’t clean that. Just live with it.