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Trim cleaning

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by ukphillad, Dec 10, 2013.

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    I have a quite a bit of a dilemma when it comes to cleaning the trim around the windows as well as on the front bumper grill. Even after a thorough wash, the trims (which to me look like chrome, but as advised by Halford's finest, are not ) seem to have a hazy remain on them. Anyone ever come across something like that? Any idea on how to make it sparkling clean ? Thanks in advance
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    Thanks Sandra, will give him a shout so!
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    Just read the thread there scotty, thanks a mill for that info , but gutted that it might need replacing considering the other users are saying this could be up to the 700 quid mark, that's absolutely ridiculous. What I'll do is give it a go trying to remove the Haziness and if that doesn't work, look into either wrapping / replacing them.. Cheers for the input anyways
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