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What's the best thing to remove old wax etc?

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(1:st-Feb-2017, 10:14:56)Rusty2009 Wrote: What's the best thing to remove old wax etc?

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There is a something called panel wipe. It's usually IPA which is isopropyl alcohol.

Now this won't remove 100% of waxes, the best way to ensure it is all removed, is to use a paint cleansing polish with a light pad on a machine polisher.

Because of the bond of the wax, it does require some form of agitation via the machine.

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