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MrPapageorgio

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Removing Wax from Trim
« on: May 10, 14, 18:31 »
The GF thought She was doing Me a favor by waxing My Cabby.... Problem is, She got wax on all the trim....  Whats the best way to remove it??  and How do I avoid the broblem in the 1st place??

Heard Peanut Butter works pretty well
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Re: Removing Wax from Trim
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 14, 18:55 »
You prevent it buy buying wax that doesn't stain.

Secondly good luck removing it
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Re: Removing Wax from Trim
« Reply #2 on: May 10, 14, 19:14 »
Hit it with acetone or thinner on a rag.
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Re: Removing Wax from Trim
« Reply #3 on: May 10, 14, 19:24 »
Don't do that. It will turn it whiter then the wax
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Re: Removing Wax from Trim
« Reply #4 on: May 10, 14, 19:30 »
I heard peanut butter works but I haven't tried it.
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Re: Removing Wax from Trim
« Reply #5 on: May 10, 14, 20:20 »

Don't do that. It will turn it whiter then the wax

OP will be applying leather dye more than likely to bring the trim back.
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Re: Removing Wax from Trim
« Reply #6 on: May 10, 14, 20:35 »
scrub brush and some dish soap should do it
and/or isopropyl alcohal
wax and grease remover
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Re: Removing Wax from Trim
« Reply #7 on: May 10, 14, 20:41 »
For most one of those big soft white pencle erasers. Only softer trim such as rain gutters it won't work on. Lol don't ask how I know.
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Re: Removing Wax from Trim
« Reply #8 on: May 10, 14, 21:18 »
Super vrt from Adams polishes works for me
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