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  1. #1 Peanut Butter on Plastic Trim! 
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    I somehow stumbled upon this video on youtube and figured some other people would get a kick out of it!

    How to polish plastic with peanut butter!!! - YouTube
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    Don't be too fast to laugh, supposedly it works pretty well...

    Never tried it myself, but peanut butter contains lots of oils in it, so it should actually work.
    Formerly the "Best Detailer", now just Super Wax Waster Man. Not necessarily tactful, but normally right. It's good to be da King !!!
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    yep. lol. its the oil that draws out the old wax.
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    So will cooking oil do the same or does it have to be peanut oil?
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    then people wonder why all the dogs are eying your car
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  6. #6 Re: Peanut Butter on Plastic Trim! 
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    Peanut butter? I would have desert packrats stuck all over my car. Would cruise down the street with the little remoras sucked on to me sled? Peanut butter is an absolute FAV, of packrats.

    You might be able to pick up some interesting girlfriends this way?
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    I laughed when he started eating the peanut butter in the middle of his review
    Get your shine on!
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  8. #8 Re: Peanut Butter on Plastic Trim! 
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    [QUOTE=OpenRoad;456307]Peanut butter? I would have desert packrats stuck all over my car. Would cruise down the street with the little remoras sucked on to me sled? Peanut butter is an absolute FAV, of packrats.

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    We have 'roof rats' here and its their favorite food too! I forsee whole moldings being chewed right off!
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  9. #9 Re: Peanut Butter on Plastic Trim! 
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    The oil makes a pretty good cleaner and dressing. I prefer to use products that are designed to remove wax residue such as an APC, and eat the peanut butter, but to each their own (of course!)
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