removing wax from side moldings?

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  1. Trites

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    i have black side moldings and side skirts on my accord. i have the odd spot where i have gotten wax on them. whats the best things to take this shit off? any ideas?
     
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    Mothers, back to black is what it's called. Takes that shit right off!
     
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    :werd: That shit works mint.
     
  4. Jenn

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    I heard of some other home remedy that works too...I think it was like peanut butter or something crazy.
     
  5. Eisenflower

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    :wtf: Umm okay.
     
  6. Trites

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    cool how much does back to black cost? i'll go pic some up...
     
  7. boob

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    peanut butter does work, the oil or something in it gives it a good shine. i never tried it but have seen alleged pics.

    i also heard one of those pink erasers from elementary school will remove wax from mouldings. never tried that either but thats what i heard.
     
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    Less then $10 bucks / bottle. I used it all the time when my mouldings used to be black. Canadian Tire stocks it.
     

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