July 18, 2007i just though about it but simple green might work too
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July 30, 2007A clay bar works. I tried it once because it was right there in my car wash bucket and sounded feasible.
July 30, 2007try icecream w/bananas & penuts on top of a brownie, I will eat it off the platics wax and all mmmmmmmmm
October 10, 2007The Peanut Butter works, but then you gotta get rid of all the squirrel ****.
October 10, 2007Simple Green works great.
October 19, 2007I usd tire shine on my plastic.. comes out really good. I just applied it with a rag.
October 23, 2007I use Simple Green and a piece of Scotch Brite. Cleans it right up.
December 25, 2007Back to Black made by Meguires, works really good
February 6, 2008A soft gummy eraser will work well and I've used one on several occasions.
Usually, this is a problem with "cleaner" type waxes and that gray residue is the clay in those waxes used as a mild abrasive to clean the paint. The pure waxes don't present this problem nearly so much.
Nowadays, when I've got some wax stuck in the vinyl or in a place where the towell can't reach, I use a short bristle brush I got at Top of the Line. The bristles are durable and fine enough to get into the fine depressions in the vinyl where the wax/clay resides. I wrap tape around the metal part of the brush to eliminate any possibility of contact with the paint.
September 11, 2009I have tried all of the above with various results, must say Magic bar WAS my favorite...... until I found a product called Pig Spit, got it for my Harley but it has to be my favotite tool for detailing my two trucks as well. get the "original"
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