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PostSubject: Rubbing Compound?   Rubbing Compound? EmptyMon Aug 09, 2010 7:55 pm

Have you ever used it on plastic?

Reason I ask is:

I got out today and found several of what looked like mud embedded in the plastic on my rhino where it had been rubbing up against trees... I worked and worked with soap and a rag trying to clean it off with very little progress so I decided to try some rubbing compound.. I put just a little rubbing compound on a rag and with very little effort the mud scratches where gone...

So far I see no negative side affects and was just wondering if anyone else has tried this? Keep in mind my plastics are Maiers White carbon fiber and they maybe different than regular plastics... These plastics seem to be a little harder and not as easily scratched as the stock blue plastics...

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PostSubject: Re: Rubbing Compound?   Rubbing Compound? EmptyMon Aug 09, 2010 10:25 pm

scratch Never thought of using it on plastic ?? But if it works ..... go for it !

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PostSubject: Re: Rubbing Compound?   Rubbing Compound? EmptyMon Aug 09, 2010 10:34 pm

RIDERED wrote:
scratch Never thought of using it on plastic ?? But if it works ..... go for it !

I hadn't either but today when I got to haveing so much trouble getting it clean I looked for some 2000 sand paper (knowing it would leave light scratches) and when I could not find any in my shop I grabbed the rubbing compound for kicks and it worked great at cleaning it up... I don't know but I think part of the reason I had so much more trouble cleaning than with the stock plastics is because I have never spayed any armor all or anything on this new plastic..

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