How to Remove Car Wax Stains from plastic Trim Method 3
What you will need:
- Leather conditioner
- Microfiber cloth
- painters tape (optional)
There are many methods of removing car wax stains from the plastic trim on cars, which is why you should not sweat it when you notice a car wax stain. This method, like method 1 and 2, is easy to carry out and should take very little time to complete.
- Again if you would like to play it safe you should use the painters tape to tape off the paint around the plastic trim.
- Apply a small amount to leather conditioner to a microfiber cloth. Ensure the microfiber cloth is clean of any residue. Make sure you use only enough leather conditioner to remove the car wax stains effectively.
- Gently wipe the plastic trim with the leather conditioner and the microfiber cloth.
- You can continue to wipe the plastic trim until the car wax stain has been removed. You can change the microfiber cloth and reapply the leather conditioner as needed.
- Using a clean microfiber cloth wipe away any of the remaining oil from the leather conditioner. You do not want to leave this on the plastic trim.
- Once you believe the stain has been removed inspect the area. If the stain has been removed you can remove the painters tape from the paint. Remember to do this gently so that you do not damage the paint with the tape.