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Old 01-30-2012, 10:58 PM
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Peanut butter for plastic trim?

I found this on youtube

I'm quite tempted to try it out.
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Re: Peanut butter for plastic trim?

im tempted to make a sandwich now
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Re: Peanut butter for plastic trim?

it works depends on how bad the plastic looks wont get rid of scratches obviously but it will get rid of the milky looking residue the peanut oil soaks into the plastic and somewhat cures it
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Re: Peanut butter for plastic trim?

interesting....
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Re: Peanut butter for plastic trim?

but will the scent of it attract all the homeless people in Chattanooga???
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Re: Peanut butter for plastic trim?

wot if u want to eat your car?
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Re: Peanut butter for plastic trim?

I wonder which brand works best..... Jiffy?
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Re: Peanut butter for plastic trim?

Maybe Peter Pan.....will it fly? hahahaha

Still gonna try it though lol
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Re: Peanut butter for plastic trim?

$10 says his next how-to vid involves a dog.
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Re: Peanut butter for plastic trim?

Heck yes, me too. I got some Smuckers all natural, if it's nice this weekend I'll take some before/after pics.... got some on my side skirts.
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OMG...ill stick with the non edible products until my bank runs low lol
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Re: Peanut butter for plastic trim?

Whats the different between peanut butter and jam??








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Re: Peanut butter for plastic trim?

Natural Peanut butter is better as they do not put binding agents in it to keep the oils from seperating.
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Re: Peanut butter for plastic trim?

lol @ this thread. Natural peanut butter is all you guys should be eating/detailing with anyways! Forget that processed crap.
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Re: Peanut butter for plastic trim?

some people are going to ask why the **** does your car smell like peanut butter?
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Re: Peanut butter for plastic trim?

This is ghetto as ****.

It's like using toothpaste to clean/polish headlight lenses. (which also works)
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