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I would be interested to know what you think of it. Let us know if you try it.
 

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I too am interested.

Currently I use Black Magic Pro Shine and have had no problems, it lasts between 6-12 months before I re-apply, but I would like to hear how well this stuff works.
 

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If you search for "griot's" you'll bring up several older threads.
You're right - I found the old threads :roll:

Well, the only thing left to do is get a bottle and post the results...

Thanks.
 

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I too am interested.

Currently I use Black Magic Pro Shine and have had no problems, it lasts between 6-12 months before I re-apply, but I would like to hear how well this stuff works.
Really...?
Oh come on...
Really...?
(TR: How's the lit'l one...? Is s/he here yet...?)


You're right - I found the old threads :roll:
Well, the only thing left to do is get a bottle and post the results...

Thanks.
What's the word good buddy...?
Inquiring minds want to know...!
Pics, vid, or YouTube...? I'm wondering if this stuff is better than Mother's B2B and cheaper than A303...?

:eoc:
:rockon:


LBD
 

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I have it...works great on black trim and rubber parts. Never used it on my E though (only had the E for 6 months)

Griots cleaning products are EXCELLENT. The interior cleaner is fabulous.
 

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Go to the supermarket and get a plain, cheap container of peanut butter.
I use that on the plastic panels, brings out the shine, removes soap smears and wax residue.

Buying chemicals to remove chemical made wear = no good
You need natural solutions to break down a chemical mixture

I buy the 4 packs of wax applicators to apply and chuck after one use.

Good Luck!
 

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really???? this has got to be a joke......really......
Go to the supermarket and get a plain, cheap container of peanut butter.
I use that on the plastic panels, brings out the shine, removes soap smears and wax residue.

Buying chemicals to remove chemical made wear = no good
You need natural solutions to break down a chemical mixture

I buy the 4 packs of wax applicators to apply and chuck after one use.

Good Luck!
 

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Not a joke...I regularly clean up wax residue on the black portions of my E with peanut butter and a toothbrush. Works very well.
 

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Peanut oil works too. But both peanut oil and peanut butter leaves a sticky residue that collects dirt like crazy.
 

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Peanut butter will remove old hard to remove dried wax from crevices. It works great just wash your E after you get done lol.
 

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