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    Hi guys,

    Have managed to end up getting a slight amount of PO85RD onto my plastic scuttle panel.

    Has anybody got a tried and trusted technique for removing hardcore polishes from plastics? As it's pretty reluctant to move and does'nt seem to be dissolving with subsequent washes.

    Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance

  • #2
    walnut oil is apparently very good

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    • #3
      From Tescos mate?

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      • #4
        yeah anywhere really. Just the sort you would use for cooking.

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        • #5
          Do well mate, cheers

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          • #6
            I have been told an eraser does the job, never tried it though ....

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            • #7
              I may be wrong and im sure VXRMarc will correct me.

              But isnt p085rd meant for cars with ceramic clearcoat?

              Id of thought you would be better off using p106FA
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                Originally posted by Dazturbo6502 View Post
                I may be wrong and im sure VXRMarc will correct me.

                But isnt p085rd meant for cars with ceramic clearcoat?

                Id of thought you would be better off using p106FA
                men 3.02 is ment for the hard clearcoats

                85rd is the finishing polish

                id try some apc on a tooth brush

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                • #9
                  Hey hi Ian....

                  No daz it gets confusing because menz po85rd is the final finish but also comes named as 3.02 which is my choice along with 80349 for correction..
                  PO106fa is used more for finishing ceramiclearcoats which is what your thinking of although they do say po85rd is used for new scratch resistant coatings.....

                  This is a real pig of a problem to be honest and the only thing that worked for me was smooth peanut butter on a toothbrush with many many attempts...Try apc and see how that works....
                  Last edited by Heavenly; 27 October 2008, 06:34 PM.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by vxrmarc View Post
                    This is a real pig of a problem to be honest and the only thing that worked for me was smooth peanut butter on a toothbrush with many many attempts...Try apc and see how that works....
                    i notice a recurring theme here ... nuts

                    at least with mine nad marcs theory if it doesnt work, you can always make yourself a stir fry / peanut butter on toast

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by vxrmarc View Post
                      Hey hi Ian....

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by vxrmarc View Post
                        Hey hi Ian....

                        No daz it gets confusing because menz po85rd is the final finish but also comes named as 3.02 which is my choice along with 80349 for correction..
                        PO106fa is used more for finishing ceramiclearcoats which is what your thinking of although they do say po85rd is used for new scratch resistant coatings.....

                        This is a real pig of a problem to be honest and the only thing that worked for me was smooth peanut butter on a toothbrush with many many attempts...Try apc and see how that works....
                        lol, forgive me Master

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                        • #13
                          what was you using when it got on the plastics? a machine i presume? thats harder to remove than if you was doing it by hand

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                          • #14
                            Application by hand mate

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