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Old 08-20-2013, 08:27 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by WC4Don View Post
WD-40 is great and it works great on bug bites also .. tried it last week and it's the best itch killer I've ever used..

Never tried it on a bug bite but I know if you hold the can close to the trailer the black streaks fall off.

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Keep it simple and cheap. WD-40 takes it off without any effort. It is cheap, works VERY well, and won't harm any finish.
Second the WD40

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Old 08-31-2013, 06:36 PM   #31
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Using any product other than a cleaner wax (such as simple green, 409, etc.) will strip the old wax off completely and make the next generation of black streaks that much harder to get off. If you wash and then wax, that is a 2 step process. A good cleaner wax will remove all of the black streaks and leave a smooth wax shine at the same time.

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