theres a grey textured plastic used as cladding on avalanches, used on the bottom of my deville, used alot on the honda element, used on a toyota suv,ford explorer sport trac, a whole lot of vehicles have this stuff now, i just gave multiple examples so youd know what im talkin about maybe.
anyways, when im waxing and now especially when i use the buffer, some of the wax gets on this stuff, and its hard to get off since its textured it gets in all the grooves, well as you know wax dries up and whitens so then the plastic gets all ugly, ive used tire shine and other kinds of dressing on it to make it look good again, but its only temporary, once it wears off it gets all ugly again, this time i used gary's "Ultimate Dressing" and its been since saturday, still looks good, i dont know how long thatll last. anyways, what can i do to prevent this problem once i start detailing other vehicles, or what can i use to get this stuff out.
thanks in advance, Martin
(btw gary's ultimate dressing is great stuff, i used it on all my seals - hood door trunk window etc-, it used to be gray,now its black, looks great, works great)