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What product is best to get it off? I just used a stiff brisle brush to get the wax off of my trim which worked fine, but its not working to get the wax off of my bed liner. Any suggestions?
 

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trying to remove the spots on my bed liner.

Also what is a good product to use to wipe out my rear wheel wells. I tried using a sponge and a little car soap and water, but I guess it is a little oily in there from the tire dressing which is making it a b_tch to clean.
 

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simple green solves all of your probelms
I use to use simple green on the hull of my M1A1 (when I was active duty). That stuff is pretty strong. Dunno if that stuff my mess up my liner or remove the paint from my wheel wells.
 

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trying to remove the spots on my bed liner.

Also what is a good product to use to wipe out my rear wheel wells. I tried using a sponge and a little car soap and water, but I guess it is a little oily in there from the tire dressing which is making it a b_tch to clean.
To remove some wax, use w/ a stiff toothbrush or other type of stiff bristled brush (I have a large one on the site if you need one). Toothpicks can work also. Spray on some APC, P21s Total Auto Wash (some spray n wipe might actually even work too), then scrub w/ toothbrush, wipe away w/ mf towel.

For the wheel wells, use one of two products, either APC (biodegradeable all purpose cleaner) or P21s total auto wash (citrus degreaser). I actually had some grease marks on my quarter panel when I washed it last week, dabbed a towel in the apc and it wiped right off.

http://www.glimmerglassdetailing.com/biodegradable-apc.html

http://www.glimmerglassdetailing.com/totalautowash.html
 

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I use both, the Poorboys products and Simple Green

I mainly use Simple Green because I like to use PBs to top everything off. Its not too strong, plus you can easily dilute it (I think it mentions that on the back of the bottle). I've never had the need to dilute it though and have never had any problems. Total Auto Wash is the same, you can easily dilute that too if you need to.
 

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white vinegar with a brush and damp cloth to wipe off takes wax off a lot of times, and it wont damage your paint.

depending on the wax, peanut butter will break it down, and then spray it off with the hose. the oils in the peanut butter break down the wax. but the neighbors may look at you funny if you have a bottle of skippy in one hand and your slopping it on your truck. :crazy:

simple green + brush is great for the wheel wells
 
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