Dec 30, 2014
Pencil eraser (rubber) works for me
There is quite a lot, looks like it soaked into the plastic!
You could try a strong APC solution & give it a good scrub with something like a toothbrush
If that's doesn't work you might need something like a trim renovator Dave if it's that bad buddy
Auto Finesse Revive could be the answer for you
What's an APC solution?
It's my dad's car, only got it until my new one arrives. But would like to give it him back looking good
APC = All purpose cleaner
The cheap way is to dilute down some Flash liquid & use that. BUT be careful. If you leave it on the bodywork it will strip wax etc
If I were you I would dilute some Flash or similar down to 3:1 (three parts water 1 part Flash) and scrub the effected areas with a stiff toothbrush dipped in your solution. Then rinse with water. If that fails try a trim restorer product like I've already mentioned buddy
Thanks a lot
This Flash "magic eraser" is perfect. £1 in shops like Asda / Tesco. Find it with all the household cleaning products.
Using this and some tap water will clean the plastic trim very quickly
I used AF Revive to get AF Tripple (their polish) out of some of the trim on the wife's Yaris. Worked a treat, plus the trim looked as new afterwards.
I've just scrubbed at it with flash, and washed it. Will see how it looks tomorrow when dry/light
A nail brush works well too....................
... on dirty nails !
@steeve - All the best for 2015 my friend
I'd never class an Audi, even an old one as a 'nail'
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