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Spent the day digging through the worst parts of my new purchase - seats were absolutely disgusting which needed serious elbow grease.

One of the main tools in my car cleaning armory has always been a tin of Silvio

Today I've used it to...
1. Remove the old sticky residue off the windscreen from the old tax disk holder.
2. Remove splodges of tar from the skirts without leaving any minor scratches.
3. Remove the paint someone has spilled on the glossy centre console - again completely undetectable.

There's one area which was looking very sorry for itself, this is the exterior door handle...I was quite hesitant at first as the material is quite soft but after 30 seconds of polishing the results are absolutely spot on...
 

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No idea tbh, I think it's just so very mildly abrasive it works on practically anything at all without scratching.

I've used it on paintwork when someone vandalized my car with a permanent marker, the exhaust trims to get rid of soot, my fiat 500 dashboard to remove oily marks, my MR2 headlights to remove cloudiness and I've also just used it on my daughters car today to get rid of some dead flies that refused to budge !

It's practically the all in one tool to get your car looking awesome.
I simply use a tiny little piece and rub very very gently and jobs a good un.
 
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