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Old 02-27-2018, 04:29 PM
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The Macan (2018 and older) has black composite plastic, with a rough surface, installed as fender liners, and underneath trays. The rough surface acts almost like a microfiber and clings to and retains road debris (especially cut vegetation). What methods and/or products have been used by others in detailing those areas, to achieve a decent finish look of those underneath black rough areas? Thanks in advance for any input. Type 2

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I'm a big fan of Griot's Garage Undercarriage spray. It always makes my F-150 wells look like new.
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Damon, thanks for the recommendation. Type 2
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Best luck I have with textured liners like that is P21S and a EZ Detail Brush. that way it can scrub in the texture to clean it really well. Plus you can bend the detail brush to the curvature of the liner. It will help speed up and do a better job cleaning.
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Best luck I have with textured liners like that is P21S and a EZ Detail Brush. that way it can scrub in the texture to clean it really well. Plus you can bend the detail brush to the curvature of the liner. It will help speed up and do a better job cleaning.
Kramps, I have P21S, in both Autowash, and in Wheel Cleaner, so all I need is the Detail Brush ( I generally do not use nylon brushes, but microfiber tools) for the first cleaning. I may still follow up with Griot's Undercarriage Spray if the fenderwell liners need to be darkened. I will post may experience in a week or so, after Werks at Amelia Island. Thanks, Type 2

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All purpose cleaner, and then a bucket of soapy water with wheel woolies. Use the larger wheel woolly in that area. Or any sort of thick brush. That will take care of it. I have them on my Audi.
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