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I am throwing out a request for opinions on the best way/product to clean matte black inside the rear hatch lid...i got window cleaner overspray on it and after wiping it off have streaking that is driving me nuts...and the more i try to even things out, the more damage i seem to be doing..lol
 

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there is no "best"...any plastic interior cleaner from any of the good detail mfrs will work, look locally at the meguires line at the auto parts store - if oyu want to order mail order from a detail house like autogeek.net, look at Aerospace 303...wipe first with a 25/75% alcohol/water to strip it clean...

 

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I like to use the Aerospace 303 myself. I use it on all the plastic parts. As it comes as a spray bottle I've sprayed on a cloth first then wipe the surface.

Glen also offered up a great suggestion a while back, when you are done put the cloth in a zip lock bag, that way when you need to use again it is already moist and you use less.
 

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I am throwing out a request for opinions on the best way/product to clean matte black inside the rear hatch lid...i got window cleaner overspray on it and after wiping it off have streaking that is driving me nuts...and the more i try to even things out, the more damage i seem to be doing..lol
Try CarPro PERL Coat Plastic & Rubber Protectant. Apply per its directions (you dilute it with water). It works very well.:cool:
 

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Try CarPro PERL Coat Plastic & Rubber Protectant. Apply per its directions (you dilute it with water). It works very well.:cool:
Also great on tires......
 

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