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This is a discussion on the BEST detailing secret for plastics and carbon fiber! within the Detailing Forum forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; i was out detiling my car the other day, the whole nine yards, wash claybar, wax, interior...etc. when after i ...

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    Thumbs up the BEST detailing secret for plastics and carbon fiber!

    i was out detiling my car the other day, the whole nine yards, wash claybar, wax, interior...etc. when after i was completely done, i noticed horrible water spots on my carbon fiber hood.

    my neighbor was out walking his dog (was a professional detailer in miami) and said i should try this secret paste. he came back with something we all have at home, and use daily. GOOD OL FASHIONED CREAMY PEANUTBUTTER!

    -it takes waterspots off carbonfiber, and brings it back to its origonal luster.
    -it brings old greyish plastics back to black
    -takes white wax marks of plastics
    -drives the squirrels NUTS!

    use it just like a polish, small amounts on a nice soft cloth, applied with small swirrling motions. then remove with a clean cloth. its that easy!

    try it, love it, buy stock in JIFF! hope you all enjoy!
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    Sweet! I've heard of this before but never really seen it in action.
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    trust me it does, and you wont be dissappointed.
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    hmmm sounds interesting

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    Makes sense, it's got lubricants and a very fine abrasive texture.
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    I'm going to try this I think

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    Thanks for the heads up - I will give it a try.
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    all natural penut oil... cant go wrong!

    another good trick for interior parts:
    instead of using armorall on dash and trim pieces (has the tendancy to fade and eventually crack) use orange clean, again all natural, and wont harm anything. plus you get the good citris smell!
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    Chances are, its just the oils in the pb that are covering up the water spots. They'll probably return in a few weeks. Did you try a vinegar/water mixture already?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris(NJ) View Post
    Chances are, its just the oils in the pb that are covering up the water spots. They'll probably return in a few weeks. Did you try a vinegar/water mixture already?

    havent come back yet... and no i havent tried that
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    Thats some ghetto sh*t. Thats exaclty what i want my car to smell like. lol! Theres a reason he USED to be a detailer. Anyway, there are products out there for plastics and CF. Use the PB if you want. lol!
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