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Old 03-12-2011, 07:17 PM
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Ok i got some wax on my trim and fender flares (i think thats what there called) anyway i keep reading that peanut butter will remove it. If i try this how long do i leave it on does it have to be a certain brand and do i just put it on and wipe it off or what kinda confused. I guess creamy would be the best to right.
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Ummm... a little dawn will get wax off pretty good.
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You can use peanut butter, it conditions the plastic quite nicely too. Any brand is fine, just make sure it's the smooth, not the chunky stuff. But as Dillon pointed out, you don't need to use peanut butter, you can use a soft degreaser like dish soap.
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Use dawn, which will strip off all wax. Save the peanut butter for the household pets.
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Use masking tape on the trim etc. and you won't have to worry about taking the wax off. I use Magic Eraser--it seems to work very well. Beware of some of the "Back to Black" stuff(or things like it). When some of them get wet they just run down your door and it looks worse than what you are trying to fix.
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Use masking tape on the trim etc. and you won't have to worry about taking the wax off. I use Magic Eraser--it seems to work very well. Beware of some of the "Back to Black" stuff(or things like it). When some of them get wet they just run down your door and it looks worse than what you are trying to fix.
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Yup, that can be a huge problem. Silicone based and greasy dressings will run down your paint and require more than just a light wipe to remove.

If the trim is not porous or textured, apply the same wax that is dried on and immediately wipe it off. Sometimes the solvents in the wax itself will break down the dried wax and if you remove it before it dries, it will not leave the plastic white.
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iv never herd of using peanut butter but its good to keep in mind but the wax i use doesnt leave the white resedue and you can go right over the plastics
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