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Old 04-12-2002
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another black trim Q - i believe this one is different

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Okay so last time I waxed - from the looks of things an edge of the cloth managed to swing around and hit the black part by the bottom of my windshield wipers... now the wax is dried and white right where the cloth must've hit it... its that weird 'gritty' sort of black trim and I'm really not sure how to get the wax out of it... is there any hope or permanent fix? ie: breaking down the wax with a solvent and getting it out of there? it's really not that bad - just not perfect thats all [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/IMG]
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get one of those small plastic detail brushes with the plastic bristles, that will get rid of most of the wax there if not all of it.
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