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Not the smooth peanut-butter jobby (does that actually work?) but one unexpected one which I found on Autoglym's website.

The answer is autoglym's 'Fast Glass', tried it myself and worked :BLINK:, not sure if it will work on all plastics / polishes (they refer to SRP), so it is at your own risk yada yada yada...

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Sorry if this is 'common knowledge'
 

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Or people could just use common sense and tape off the trims to avoid polishing marks lol.:D
Its a whole lot easier you know.

And yes peanut butter has been used a few times on the black plastics.:lol:
 

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Or people could just use common sense and tape off the trims to avoid polishing marks lol.:D
Its a whole lot easier you know.

And yes peanut butter has been used a few times on the black plastics.:lol:
So does that mean the taping off trims didnt work for you :confused:;)
 

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Try the Dodo Juice range. They do not stain rubber.
Steve
 
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