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Steven
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Steven
2001 Spectra Blue Mica Toyota Celica GTS
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2001 Toyota Celica GTS

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Riverside, CA
Dec 10, 11:13am - #3108 
Help! Wax in Cracks

heres the story, after doing meguiars 3 step process i have tons of wax stuck in between plastics and the paint... how do you remove it without scratching the paint...

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2000 White Toyota Celica GTS
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2000 Toyota Celica GTS

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New Orleans , Louisiana
Dec 10, 6:04pm - #3109 
Try a soft tooth brush,or a paint brush. Try using a quick spray detail spray by Eagle one or Meguires, something to remove the wax and yet not take off the shine. Best thing when waxing your car .use Eagle One Polish/Wax, use the Quick detail spray on the sponge they give rather then water. That way you DEMAGNETIZE the wax as you put it on and it wont attract the polen or dust as fast.


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