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my sill has a brownish stain that looks like its been caused by oil/grease from the hinge running down the sill. i have tried without success to remove it. any ideas folks?

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Auto-Glym external plastic care 'stuff' keeps my trim looking new. Not sure of the correct name of the 'stuff' but will look when next I am in the garage. After the rain stops.
 

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Why do you need a photo of spreading smooth peanut butter over the stain, leaving it for 30 seconds and then wiping it off?
 

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The Auto-Glym stuff is called 'external bumper and trim gel'. I can't answer for oil stains but it seems to cope with everything else.
 

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Llanigraham said:
Why do you need a photo of spreading smooth peanut butter over the stain, leaving it for 30 seconds and then wiping it off?
NOT a photo of the peanut butter. Just a photo of the stain itself. I was replying to bandhs' original posting but it did look funny how it ended up under your peanut butter posting



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thanks for the replies . so far i have tried tar remover and wd 40. will try peanut butter at a later date.
ill take a piccy when i get chance.


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