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Old 06-29-1999, 04:00 PM
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I have a '95 E320 that is very dark blue. I just finished the Maguiers 7,26,34 application to the painted surfaces, and I'm very happy with the results. Is there anything different I should do on the color-matched plastic areas (lower side body panels & bumpers)? Wouldn/t the #7 Glaze Polish scratch these surfaces? Is wax OK on them?

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Old 06-29-1999, 11:39 PM
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The plastic lower body cladding is actually more durable than the paint. I might not use swirl remover (#9), but #7/#26/#34 all work great on the trim in my experience. Save the Meguiar's Gold Class wax for the paint. I wouldn't use it on the lower panels or bumpers as it tends to leave white residue on things. #26 does not leave any residue on trim or such. You will be suprised at how much shine the #26 will bring out of the trim.

Hope this helps...Lee

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