Yesterday morning I detailed my MKX using a bucket of hot water with a little Dawn dish soap in it, a "Dobie" kitchen scrub pad, a few old washcloths, etc.
My goal was to remove road salt, dirt, dust that remained on door jambs, the rear hatch, wheels, etc. from my recent cross-country road trip.
I also tried without success to remove the white car polish residue that had gotten on the plastic trim when I first "waxed" the car with Meguiar's Ultimate Paste Wax. (Meguiar part # G18211.) According to the packaging, it is a "pure synthetic polymer hydrophobic wax."
Drat! - After several attempts and scrubbing pretty hard with both the "Dobie" pad and washcloths. the white wax marks didn't come off. They reappeared after the areas dried. Almost like I hadn't tried to remove it...
Well, lesson learned... I should have been more careful when waxing, or used a different product.
Does anyone have any techniques or product suggestions that will better work in removing the dreaded white "car wax" marks from the MKX's plastic trim?
Edited by Timmer, 11 January 2017 - 11:27 AM.