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Old 09-14-2004
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I stopped by my favorite body shop today to see about a scratch, and was given a jewel of knowledge. I was asking the owner how I could, once and for all, remove wax from my fender flairs and rubber trim. He whips out a spray can of Wurth Rubber Care, in a matter of minutes the wax was gone from all of my trim. I said any protectant can do that, but he said "its really gone, not just covered up". I went home and washed my truck, because this is when the wax always shows back up, and it really is gone! The owner of the shop said he has been using this stuff for years to clean trim after body work and detailing cars. If I hadn't seen it for myself, I never would have believed it. Here is a link to the stuff...

http://www.autogeek.net/w890110.html
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I usually use hot water and Dawn dishwashing solution, but that looks even better. Thanks for the tip John. I'll see if my local parts place has the stuff.
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hey you learn something new every day
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also another thing that you have at your house all the time that works try using a eraser works wonders on that damn wax on your trim
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