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Old 05-27-2013, 07:03 AM   #11
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Put some Armorall on a paper towel and wipe it off. Done!
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Old 05-28-2013, 11:39 PM   #12
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I went with the eraser technique today and it worked like a charm! The residue came right off. I'm definitely going to look into getting the meguiars nxt 2.0 for my next wax. Thanks again everyone!
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use meguiars nxt tech wax 2.0 i put that shit on my plastic mirrors and trim and all and all it does is darken and condition the black parts with no white residue. my buddy just got me on to that when we did my car a few weeks ago. im converted
^really? I'd read all over the net- autogeeks, meguiars online, amazon, that NXT 2.0 stains trim badly- that's why I didn't try it and bought meguiars ultimate instead.
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I went with the eraser technique today and it worked like a charm! The residue came right off. I'm definitely going to look into getting the meguiars nxt 2.0 for my next wax. Thanks again everyone!
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