Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2000 02:36:58 GMT
From: Bob <>
Subject: Re: Wax on Black Trim of 9.3

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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