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Unread 11-02-2013, 05:22 PM   #1
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Mud stains on stock fender flairs

Hey does anyone know how to get mud stains off of the fenders? I got a lot of scratch repair to do and detailing to get the rig nice again after my last wheeling trip. Took it to the car wash this morning to get the big mud off of it and I couldn't get the mud stains off of the fender flairs or bumpers. Also what deep scratch repair kits are you guys using. I was thinking the turtle wax kit that comes with clear coat sealer and sand paper and running the mopar touch up paint for the deep ones I have to sand down.

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Unread 11-02-2013, 05:41 PM   #2
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The Croftgate products rock. Use the tire and rim cleaner on all your plastics inside and out they work like magic at lifting dirt out of the textured plastics. No VOC, residue, and if wiped off quickly they don't create too much shine. I also keep their multi - purpose cleaner handy for body panels.
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The Croftgate products rock. Use the tire and rim cleaner on all your plastics inside and out they work like magic at lifting dirt out of the textured plastics. No VOC, residue, and if wiped off quickly they don't create too much shine. I also keep their multi - purpose cleaner handy for body panels.
Thanks for the info never herd of them. How does the waterless car wash work? I don't think I would risk it on my jeep but I would use it on my bike.
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Mothers. Back to Black. Will take a 2-3 applications
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Mothers. Back to Black. Will take a 2-3 applications
That many huh does anyone know why this happens?
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Nylon brush on the stiffer side and dish soap works really good, also simple green
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Thanks for the info never herd of them. How does the waterless car wash work? I don't think I would risk it on my jeep but I would use it on my bike.
Nearly all their products come in spray bottles. Just spray it on, then wipe it off. A local detailer showed them to me at a car show, he was spraying it all over the place, inside and out, on a Bentley to highlight how gentle it is. In any case, he said just use a ton of cheap microfiber cloths and you will be fine... even in our cold salt spray frozen winters. Haven't tried that yet and still pressure washer mud off but this stuff is SO much fun to use. Check out the site, find a local store that carries it, spray some into a cloth, wipe down some plastic, and have fun like a kid at Christmas... so addicting!
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