The office building adjacent to our parking lot hired a couple of high school kids to paint the exterior walls using rollers. Unfortunately, the kids did so while the parking lot was full. A number of vehicles ended up covered with flecks of gray-green paint, including my Beo.
The kids have no insurance, bond or license so they are essentially judgement-proof. Other than washing the cars, they have no knowledge of how to remove paint overspray. I steered them towards a clay bar system which is commonly used for this purpose.
Since I do that sort of thing myself, I went home and clay-barred and polished the Beo and applied a top coat of Klasse All-in-one. The only sticky wicket is that I cannot find a method to remove the paint overspray from the vinyl seat. "Goof-off", a clay bar and vinyl protectant does not work. Any other ideas for solvents or mechanical means to remove the paint that will not trash my seat?