The simple green may dry out the plastic ver time of using it.sandman said:hey, notice my first suggestion was Simple Green. The stuff is biodegradeable,but will remove darn near anything - plus, you can (and I have) wash your hands with it. If that won't take it off, then I suggested a much stronger step. I am curious about magic eraser though. I will have to give it a try.
WR - I just used the Zaino Z-16 Perfect Tire Gloss on all of my black plastic panels after I washed them with a car wash soap (you can use a soft bristle wheel brush to get into the texture) - they all look great, just enough sheen to look bright but not overly shiny and they all look black too.Web Raven said:These parts have white scuff marks on them and I can't seem to get it to wash off. What do you use on these parts? My boyfriend suggested taking Armorall to them, but they are not shiny parts. It's more of a dull black.
I totally agree. I was in Colorado this summer and saw a gentleman who had a beautiful finish on his clearcoat. He introduced me to Nanowax and I have begun using it on all my vehicles. I especially like the fact that it will not leave a white or chalky residue on any plastic or rubber bumpers or trim. And the extra benefit is that is relatively cheap compared to many of the other high end wax/polymer finishes out on the market place.nc-acadiaman said:I have been using Eagle One Nanowax on the plastic. Excellent results. The Armor All or other dressing type products seem to attrack to much dirt. Nanowax has worked the best of any product I have tried.