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This is a discussion on Faded Black Plastic Trim within the Detailing Forum forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Zaino loves the paint and plastic as well......

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    Zaino loves the paint and plastic as well...
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    I dont know why you would use anything besides Zaino.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjkeed21 View Post
    Ahh, that makes sense. I have an abundant amount of microfiber cloths, but when you say cleaner, what sort of cleaner?
    maybe some sort of degreaser? is wax oil based? oil is kinda greasy so i'd think a degreaser would work to get rid of wax on plastic.
    i used to use wd40 on my mk3 jetta's plastic bits to make them look nice before i went out sometimes. no idea if that's bad for plastic but it sure looked good

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    I found out from searching the forums that pink erasers will take it off. Like the kind you find on a #2 pencil. I picked up a pack of like 5 for $2 at walmart and anytime I get wax on the WRX trim it takes it right off....

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