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Getting the light scuffs off of ATV plastic

Hey guys I just got a 05 Kodiak and I was wondeirng how I could go about getting the scuffs from the kids boots off of it if I could at all.

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Hey guys I just got a 05 Kodiak and I was wondeirng how I could go about getting the scuffs from the kids boots off of it if I could at all.

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your going to have to buff them out

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Re: Getting the light scuffs off of ATV plastic

Well I was looking for a specific compound

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Well I was looking for a specific compound
well I am a very big fan of adams! if it was me I would use swril and haze then fine machine and if you want to go crazy with the shine i would then use super machine wax

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Well I am not looking for shine really just to get as many scuffs out that I can. Also I am not a super cleaner IE no buffers all hands or what I can stick on a drill.

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Well I am not looking for shine really just to get as many scuffs out that I can. Also I am not a super cleaner IE no buffers all hands or what I can stick on a drill.
ok now i got all what you need! the swril and haze would be your best beat then! swirl and haze will get your scuffs off with no problem! you can use it by hand or a buffer! i am a hand guy and dont use a buffer! i just used swirl and haze on a case ih max 10 the other day and it got shoe marks off the fender! when you use it by hand you might have to rub alittle more but it works great

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Believe it or not, pledge works great..
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If you do somehow get ahold of a buffer, go VERY easy on the plastic. Stuff is super easy to mess up.
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So pretty much just place it on the plastic very lightly? I'll see what I can get from AZ today

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