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What can I get to put on the plastic on my bed rail, bumper, and mirrors. Im looking for something that dont run on to the paint when it rains. Thnaks
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I like Turtlewax Ice on all the plastic on my truck. Grill,bumper covers and bed guards. Lasts a few weeks and doesn't seem to leave a trail of tears from the rain.
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super vrt is less to run off by the rain and water

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What can I get to put on the plastic on my bed rail, bumper, and mirrors. Im looking for something that dont run on to the paint when it rains. Thnaks
you can also use adams new in and out spray

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I use the same tire foam i use on my tires... Works great and makes it easier to clean. I just wipe off the overspray.
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Thanks for the help. I try some of these when i get my truck back.
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What can I get to put on the plastic on my bed rail, bumper, and mirrors. Im looking for something that dont run on to the paint when it rains. Thnaks
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I use whatever kind of tire spray i grab at O'reillys...

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