Any of you that use it will know how it gets into any grained unpainted plastics & how hard it is to get off again . A good tip is to polish all the trim first using Autoglym Bumper Care & that stops the polish sticking to it . That tip came from the guy on the Autoglym trade stand at a car show
Aha!! I have always used them the other way around, I find that the AG bumper snot gets the super resin off but leaves marks on the paintwork. So it will wipe off the snotted trim with a cloth then? Also iv always thought that AG SuperResin was a polish, not a wax??
So let me get this right, the ultimate process would be;
Not that im gonna do the whole lot, the OCD car cleaning bug hasnt caught me plus im far too lazy, just so that i know for sure what to use after what. What about using detailing clay, where would that come in?