: Removing wax from 3M Di-Noc



JOEYCTS-V
09-12-11, 09:44 PM
Has anyone had to remove wax from Di-Noc? I tried Adam's VRT on one part and it worked great. However, on my lower rear bumper I didn't notice the wax until a few days later. The VRT didn't work as good this time and you can still see white residue. Any helpful hints or tips?

Gary Wells
09-13-11, 06:30 AM
Dawn / Palmolive liquid dish soap?

M5eater
09-13-11, 08:00 AM
If the film isn't stained, I would assume you should try the normal home methods, peanut butter, ect..

If VRT didn't work on it though, I'm not sure the butter will either.

musclesbmf
09-13-11, 10:05 AM
wet your finger and continually rub on it firmly and you will slowly see residue start to come off the material. Chances are though, it is stained unfortunately.

Mark

thebigjimsho
09-13-11, 12:15 PM
Interesting. I'll make sure to thoroughly go over mine when I wax it soon...

JOEYCTS-V
09-13-11, 01:20 PM
I'll let you know what I come up with.

JOEYCTS-V
09-13-11, 07:03 PM
Well I thought about using the good ol' Adams all purpose cleaner and it worked like a champ! Looks brand new again.

thebigjimsho
09-13-11, 10:43 PM
Good to know it didn't stain...