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    Cleaning facelift plastics

    The facelift plastic texture certainly looks nicer but it also looks like a nightmare to clean!

    I usually use Poorboys interior shine (doesn't leave that horrible silicone finish) on a piece of rag, but I can't see how it will work on such a grainy finish.

    Any idas or recommendations?

    Cheers all,
    Mark

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    I use Poorboys on mine and it does work. Have to work it to get it fully in there but its ok. Also have to apply a little more than usual but no biggy. When you have done it once, it doesnt take that much any other time after.

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    Ahh OK, thanks. I'll have a crack tonight. Cheers!

 

 

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