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    I have applied a little to much polish to the car. "I'm very heavy handed" Getting it on the Irmy front grill and foglight grill's.
    Any idea what i need to use to remove the white stain's.

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    Fairy liquid on a wet cloth. Use it on the plastic only.
    Then a quick hand wash with your usual shampoo

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    Some Traffic Film Remover will be fine maty,spray onto and wipe clean

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    Yep TFR will do the trick (TFR also has many other uses) or you could just try good old smooth peanut butter ......just run on a little, leave it for a minute or so then just wipe it off .......it's the oil in the peanut butter that softens the wax to allow you to wipe it of.

    Bryan

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    Quote Originally Posted by blr123 View Post
    Yep TFR will do the trick (TFR also has many other uses) or you could just try good old smooth peanut butter ......just run on a little, leave it for a minute or so then just wipe it off .......it's the oil in the peanut butter that softens the wax to allow you to wipe it of.

    Bryan
    Nice tip bry!!

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    Use a rubber. like you would to get rid of
    pencil

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    Thanks chaps

    So it's Fairy liquid.
    TFR.
    Pencil eraser.
    Smooth peanut butter " I heard of this but i thought they use it on sandwiches" LOL

    Thanks again.
    SHAN

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    AG Bumper Care, great for removing polish from black trims and use it on your Irmy grill, comes up like new and stays looking good for ages.

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    agree with the rubber method, then a wee wipe with megs tyre gel, comes up a treat

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    I have heard that Vegetable oil works too.

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