Body, Paint & Styling Scuff remover

Discussion in '4th Generation (2013-2017)' started by 155695, Monday 13th Jul, 2015.

  1. 155695 Premium Member Club Supporter

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    Anyone got any recommendations for removing scuff marks from the lower inside door areas, or generally from the grey plastic trim throughout the inside of the car.

    Keith
     
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  2. FirstHonda Premium Member Club Supporter

    Hi Keith.

    Slightly :offtopic: but I find the interior plastics on the CR-V do mark VERY easily, even with careful use...:Frown:

    Anyway, back to the question...the only thing I have found to work is to use one of the many specialist interior plastic cleaners, but that often just masks the issue rather than getting rid completely. Personally I use and rate Poorboys Natural look (see links below), but there are loads of options. Probably worth a look through on Detailing World as well, it's always a good source of recommendations and debate for tricky problems.

    Detailing - 2015 CR-V : White Orchid Pearl

    General - Need advice for cleaning my dash

    If you find something that works really well, please let me know!!!
     
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  3. Phil P Premium Member Club Supporter

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    Keith

    I use Autoglym Trim and Bumper gel. Works a treat

    Phil
     
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  4. 155695 Premium Member Club Supporter

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    Thanks foe the replies chaps. I'll give the suggested removers a go and see how I get on.

    Keith
     
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  5. ArcticFire-Account Closed Banned Getting Started

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    Crazy to think but the £2 trim spray that ASDA does masked all the light scuffs in my CR-V and it lasted for ages. The trick I found was to just spray it on evenly and don't wipe, just leave it and you also get a lovely deep new look. Doesn't seem to attract dust either.

    Alternatively you can use a heat gun on low setting on interior hard plastics, obviously being careful of surrounding elements. I used mine on certain bits that were really scuffed from careless hooves and it took the edge off it nicely and then the ASDA spray finished it off.
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    Just to reiterate, heat gun on hard plastics only, never anything soft. And lots of care. Just in case lol The third gen is practically all hard plastic unlike your 4th.
     
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