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Anyone have any tricks of how to get the white wax marks off my plastic bumper trim and stuff? Or how to prevent this in the future?
 

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What about isopropyl alcohol? And just put on gloves rub the peanut butter in and wash off?
 

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Be sure to use 'smooth' , not 'crunchy' peanut butter. The 'dingleberry' look of the crunchy is not appealing. Just say'n.







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In the past I used WD40!
 

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Be careful using IPA on plastic as it can dry out and crack the plastic. I use Detail Spray to remove wax from plastic. Spray it, let it soak, then remove using a microfiber towel.
 

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so the conclusion, i fould that wd-40 seems to be the fastest and easiest way to remove the wax from plastic its so east grab a can spray it on wipe it off it makes the plastic clean and relly shiny and probably acts as a rust protector between metal and plastic seams like on our bumpers where rust usually forms first! peanut butter worked too it just you have to wash it off after
 

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so the conclusion, i fould that wd-40 seems to be the fastest and easiest way to remove the wax from plastic its so east grab a can spray it on wipe it off it makes the plastic clean and relly shiny and probably acts as a rust protector between metal and plastic seams like on our bumpers where rust usually forms first! peanut butter worked too it just you have to wash it off after
I use to do it in Hawaii on the paint to remove water spots too

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While the above suggestions work. The more conventional method is simply a quick detailer spray such as Meguair's or Mother's with a microfiber towel. A soft toothbrush and/or toothpick for crevices.

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