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    Cleaning bumper mesh

    What do you use and how do you clean the mesh in your bumpers? In particularly, I have a GSi bumper and I'm asking about the honeycombe mesh in that. The sides of the centre section and round the fogs are not straight through holes. What's the best way of keeping this area clean?

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    mabe an old toothbrush mate!!!!
    just remember not to brush ur teeth with it after tho!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jays_sri View Post
    mabe an old toothbrush mate!!!!
    just remember not to brush ur teeth with it after tho!!!!!
    hahahahahaha im in work bored and that has just give me the giggles at how stupid that reply was, thats jay for ya init hove.
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    Just remember not to use a brillo pad on it...ey jay!

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    u never know it might look nice an sparkly after a good seein over with a brillo pad!!!!!
    only jokin, its all sorted now tho, got some of that t cut scatch remover went to town on it then waxed it!!!! looks ok now.

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    LOL!
    Have most of the scratches gone?
    If thers still a few you could try some Auto Glym super resin polish, this will fill the scratches, then wax over the top!

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    most of em went, very tiny ones u cant even see until closer inspection!!!!!
    my mates got some of that super resin polish, il rob some of that!!!
    cheers for ur help mate, dont feel as bad drivin her now!!!!

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    What I used on friday as a last ditch attempt to make my grill black as use the Megs stuff you use to add shite to your tires.. Just rub it in with a toothbrush and then wipe odd any excess.. Worked a treat..
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