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X_Factor Mar 30, 3:16pm - #429714 
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Spring cleaning

Ok, what is the best thing to clean wax off the flat black plastic and rubber on a car ????? I have tried Dawn, brushes, Meguires rubber cleaner and treatment, ect... It still leaves a faint white residue and is noticeable as hell.
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hombredelassrtas Mar 30, 3:24pm - #429715 

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sounds odd but penut butter does the trick thumbsup

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EvilJupiter Mar 30, 4:51pm - #429716 

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don't get wax on it in the first place? I'd say try Meguires but you said you already tried that... grin
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flyimages Mar 30, 6:05pm - #429717 

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use "simple green". rinse the part 1st then spray with simple green let it sit fot a bit, then hose off. it's an industrial cleaner & degreaser..

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rockfordcelica Mar 30, 11:03pm - #429718 

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PEANUT BUTTER? R U SERIOUS? CREAMY OR EXTRA CRUNCHY?
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hombredelassrtas Mar 30, 11:09pm - #429719 

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very serious wink and i would do creamy. chrunchy may scratch rofl

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Gen7fan Mar 30, 11:09pm - #429720 
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Crunchy would scratch, I say creamy. Skippy! thumbsup
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RookieGTS Mar 30, 11:20pm - #429721 

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I would think Creamy laughsilly
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RookieGTS Mar 30, 11:21pm - #429722 

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Originally Posted by Gen7fan
Crunchy would scratch, I say creamy. Skippy! thumbsup


Mmm Mmm Skippy!! yummy !! i just had some last night! PB&J w/ MILK!! grin
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GlassCurtain Mar 30, 11:55pm - #429723 

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Actually Peter Pan works the best for that stuff. rofl
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SuperMario02GT Mar 30, 11:58pm - #429724 

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haha skippy...ive always loved creamy over crunchy anyway
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X_Factor Mar 31, 12:04am - #429725 
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"don't get wax on it in the first place?" Haha, I try not too but, the buffer has a mind of its own sometimes and well ... you know how it is. The worst place is around the top of the moon roof, its in the natural crevices of the rubber seal and it looks terrible to me.
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EvilJupiter Mar 31, 4:39pm - #429726 

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i take back my last post i would use Windex! or try it...ya never know...oh and I wouldent use Simple Green it would destroy your car!!... grin
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