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I have several small bits of concrete stuck to my front door (long story).
Anyone know how to get them off. I tried fingernail, it sorta worked, but scratches the clearcoat. They are all about the diameter of BB's.

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Try vinegar, it is a neutralizer of the lime in the cement. It may take several applications but if it is foaming it is working. In addition, will not hurt the paint.It will soften up the splater.May have to let it soak awhile.
 

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Try peeing on it
 

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Small hammer and chisel!! :lol:
 

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Jerks!

let me restate. How do I get week old tiny concrete splatter off the front door without scratching or denting it?
 

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No I haven't. I just noticed it this morning when I washed the beast. I may try that. I have both. Thanks buzz.
 

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Did you get the concrete off?
 

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Truth is no! HAven't had time to wash it let alone try that. it's either been 100 here or pouring down rain. maybe this weekend after i get back from fishing.
 

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I found sandblasting and sandpaper are both effective ways to remove things........
 

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If you have not tried yet use apple cider vinigar. It will disolve the concrete without hurting the paint. If all else fails, you are welcome to borrow my new 40 lb demo hammer and gently tap it off. LOL
 
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