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On 5/28/2020 at 9:32 AM, Trent said:

Currently tinting a 14 High country Silverado. I’m covering the panels but some water got behind my plastic. What is the best dressing/solution for helping with the streaks?

I use maguire's quick interior cleaner, it's worked on every one I've ever had streak. Just mist it on a microfiber cloth and rub it in across the streaks.

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Detailers spray polyethylene on the doors to make them shiny at car washes and dealerships . So when it gets wet it looks like that . But a good cleaner will take the polyeurothane off . If you want it back on just buy armor all or something like it .

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If it is just streaking but not peeling then it will dry. You can heat it up to dry it if you feel the need.

 

If peeling then scrub it with a scrub pad as in the post shared.

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If its just streaks, dont rub them lightly, pat dry and use low heat to dry. Now for the secret ..... Peanut oil or popcorn oil . lightly rub on a thin coat and your good to go.  The peeling seems to only occur when wet and rubbed hard with a cloth and i dont think you can fix that.

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