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Old 10-08-2004, 08:02 AM   #11
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She looks really good.

For the wax that won't come off... try "Back-to-Black" and a tooth brush.
Worked for me on my shaded tail lights.
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My only gripe is that the lower body effects are non-painted plastic so any wax you get on them WON'T come off. I've tried everything including armor-all, "back to black" and other various things and still can't get the wax to come off. :(
Try "Black Magic". It does a good job of removing those residues.
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My only gripe is that the lower body effects are non-painted plastic so any wax you get on them WON'T come off. I've tried everything including armor-all, "back to black" and other various things and still can't get the wax to come off.
Try some of that purple spray cleaner you get at autozone or discount auto, or even walmart, along with a tire scrubbrush. Then follow up with the armour-all ultimate shine. You WILL see results that way (I had a VW Jetta that had the same plastic) You can also try some WD-40 and the same brush...it will dissolve the wax and take off "dead" plastic too (dead=sun faded or chalky)
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Great looking Riv and especially the color. Another Meguiars gold class user.
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