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ST0RMSHADOW Aug 19, 3:18pm - #37250 

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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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Sarasota, Florida, USA
Body Kit wax

Hey guys I just dropped my Blitz Urethane kit off, and less then 25 mins. later the body shop calls me and tells me that the kit has a lot of Wax on it, and it's becoming more difficult to get it off, so he can sand down the pours, and make it smooth so the paint will stick. He says it's going to be an extra $200 for work to get all this wax from the molding process off. I am just wondering if anyone else out there has ordered a kit and had this problem. I got it from Ecelica.com and again I am just curious if anyone who's had a Urethane kit has experianced this problem.

-Mike
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IcEd blUe Aug 19, 3:20pm - #37251 

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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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pennsylvania
wtf, maybe you sould have clay bared it first?
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VSGTS14 Aug 19, 3:25pm - #37252 

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2005 Subaru WRX STi

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you don't clay bar a body kit and the bumper has to be sanded in the first place in order for it to be smooth and for the paint to stick.
Mine was sanded, my fiberglass blitz.

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