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    Hi all before i bought my car the boy must have polished it with god knows but it has left all the rubbers around the windows with white stains and i cant get it off anyone know any good stuff to get this old stuff off ??

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    Autoglym Bumper Care. You can buy it from Halfords. It leaves a nice dark finish too.

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    I've used this after SRP and it works a treat.

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    Thanks will give that a shot.

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    Hi was just on halfords i take its this im after http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/s...egoryId_255233

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    Yeah, that's the stuff. As others have said, it works really well, just shake it often as it soon separates in the bottle.

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    Thanks

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    if you want to get the white polish marks off the rubber try peanut butter. apply a bit onto the rubber leave it a few mins then clean off.
    It should lift the residue off.

    Then apply you choice or rubber/trim dressing.

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    Megs Tyre Gel, I now use it on all external rubbers and black plastics. Apply it, leave it for a few seconds and buff it off, brings them all up like new and cleans off any polish marks at the same time.
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