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Rubber Step on Rear Bumper


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What do you folks use to clean the rubber step on the rear bumper?...





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Old 11-29-2011, 11:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What do you folks use to clean the rubber step on the rear bumper?
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I use Adam's Polishes "In & Out" spray. Its a $15 bottle but it will renew your fading plastic outside while not harmful to painted surfaces.

You can use it especially on the honeycomb of your front grill and also works wonders cleaning air vents and dash.
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I use Adam's Polishes "In & Out" spray. Its a $15 bottle but it will renew your fading plastic outside while not harmful to painted surfaces.

You can use it especially on the honeycomb of your front grill and also works wonders cleaning air vents and dash.
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No problem! I hope that helps you!
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Mother's Back-to-Black would probably work, but be sure and keep it off your paint.

That Adam's product sounds good.
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yeah I tried it on the aurora and it removed the wax buildup on the plastic.

I just ordered a case if it.
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Adam's Super VRT also works great on the steps and outside trim pieces. It doesn't leave that greasy residue like Mothers Back to Black does.

Give the video a look,

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The Mother's was bad about leaving a heavy greasy residue. I hated that about it.
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I think that's my favorite Adam's Care video!
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honestly, i get a really good result for the rear bumper on my silverado with armour all. interior stuff works too. i had a little left and gave it a shot. lasts longer with the exterior stuff obviously, but hey
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