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powerking_one

Actually, I've found that many people's experiences using toothpaste to remove the yellow oxidation haze on auto lenses works quite nicely. Also, I also used this toothpaste method to 100% remove a red paint scuff from my '02 silver Impala bumper which some bad driver "kissed" me with a few weeks ago. Just some Q-tips, toothpaste, wet rags and it totally came off to the point where you can't even tell it happened. As far as bug repellant sprays go, some of them contain chemicals which do nasty things to certain plastics (like my Swatch wrist watches).

Tom (PK)

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