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Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2000 13:57:15 GMT
From: "Nilsa Mabel" <>
Subject: Re: Wax on Black Trim of 9.3

Peanut butter Peanut butter Peanut butter Do I have to repeat myself? Tio Barry Bob <> wrote in message news:m7t9vsshsnehn5bjpp76rsprch5f4oueg8nopsamcom... > On Mon, 23 Oct 2000 20:53:32 -0400, "badjer" <> > wrote: > > >It sounds insane, but try peanut oil. Many have used it with good results > >for removing wax!! enjoy! > > > > Peanut oil is good for about two weeks. It does not remove the wax, it > just moisturizes it a bit so that it doesn't show. The same goes for > all the "flat black" polishes I've tried. > > Here are two solutions I use: > > If the wax is new, you can get a product > that is used to clean auto paint prior to painting. It is designed to > REMOVE THE WAX before blending in new paint. Goes by names like > EZ-CLean at your local body shop supply store. > > If the wax is old, > AND THE ITEM IS SOLID BLACK (like black rubber, black all the way > through) you can use rubbing or polishing compound to remove a minute > amount of the surface and you will have a "new" black surface. > DO NOT rub compound on your clear coat paint - it will scratch > it. see the EZClean (above) in the future. DO NOT use this method on > thin black coatings as you may rub through/REMOVE them. > > bob

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