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Anybody else have excessive scuffs on their interior plastic? Mine are mainly on the interior door panels and in the trunk area. I haven't really tried to clean them because I'm not exactly sure whats safe to use. Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
 

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FDNY600 said:
Anybody else have excessive scuffs on their interior plastic? Mine are mainly on the interior door panels and in the trunk area. I haven't really tried to clean them because I'm not exactly sure whats safe to use. Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
plastix

Works great on cleaning plastic products, including removing "yellow" from headlights and other plastic products
 

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FDNY600 said:
Anybody else have excessive scuffs on their interior plastic? Mine are mainly on the interior door panels and in the trunk area. I haven't really tried to clean them because I'm not exactly sure whats safe to use. Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
I'm not sure about actual scratches/damage, but for regular cleaning, I just use my detailing spray (a meguires product). It seems to work very nicely, and doesn't leave a greasy/slippery residue like armor-all. But I'm interested in what other folks use...
 

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In case anyone is lookin for it, it is: PlastX Clear Plastic Cleaner & Polish Item # G12310. Looks to be for clear plastic.......
 

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I have found clear silicone sprays to work well on the plastic trim of the Terrain. I put the stuff on and let it sit for about 10 minutes and wipe dry with a clean/soft cloth.
 

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I'm getting scuff marks where my shoes hit the door on exit, any ideas on what to use? :eek:hno:
 

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Anyone know what I can use for the "felt" area inside the window tracks. They have been having a hard time lately especially when it rains.
 

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I'm 6'1" and have to "tuck and roll" getting out to avoid scuffing the panel. I can't say the same for my wife 5"4' and wears heels! :banghead: In her defense, she looks good! :shrug:
 

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Black Granite LTZ said:
Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. Works great! I use this on everything.
You just beat me to it...same answer! :thumb:
 

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I'll have to give it a try...... ;D
 

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I was just at my dealership for a oil change, they are telling me mild soap and water.
 

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Does using the Magic Eraser on the interior plastic take the color off? I have a black interior and do have multiple scratches on the lower interior door areas especially where your feet hit but am concerned that the it would dull the color.
 

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I use the Magic Eraser to remove scratches/scuffs, I also have the black interior and it does not remove the colour or dull it. The trick is to use very, very light pressure on the scratch/scuff and it will come off. It will take a few minutes of rubbing. You don't want to apply too much pressure - from my understanding, a Magic Eraser is like a very ultra-fine grit sandpaper so you want to use it with care.
 
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