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post #1 of 21 Old September 6th, 2012, 03:40 PM Thread Starter
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What do you guys use on your plastic, to get it looking new again? I've tried armor all cleaner, but it is kind of a pain in the butt. Any suggestions?

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post #2 of 21 Old September 6th, 2012, 03:47 PM
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Pledge works great or sc1. I've used both but pledge seems more economical
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i use PLEXUS forget who makes it and it kindof works like wax. wax on wax off
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Pledge works great or sc1. I've used both but pledge seems more economical
Maxxis SC1! I can't find anything that comes close.
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Simple green to get it clean. Then maybe pledge. But the plastic/plexus cleaner works good to.

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Meguiars hyper dressing diluted 4 to one. Spray on wet after a wash and walk away. Dries even and smooth with satin finish. If you want more shine dilute it less.
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Re: Cleaning rzr

I just bought a 2013 Razor xp4 900 special edition with EPS. the manuel says the tires are 27 inch but there are 26 inchers on it. I need a spare but if there are supposed to be 27 inchers on it, back to the dealer for a swap. Anyone else in the same situtation?
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i use pledge or non name brand airsol furniture polish


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I just bought a 2013 Razor xp4 900 special edition with EPS. the manuel says the tires are 27 inch but there are 26 inchers on it. I need a spare but if there are supposed to be 27 inchers on it, back to the dealer for a swap. Anyone else in the same situtation?
You need to start a new thread. The standard xp4 comes with 27" xct tires, but they suck and only measure 26". The LE model comes with 26" bighorns, a much better tire and actually measure 27". So you have the better tire.
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I use 303 aerospace protectant works really well, just make sure you wipe it off good otherwise you'll be able to see drips when the sun heats it up. It's like sun screen for plastic.
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Soap & water to clean then Pledge.

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You mean we are suppose to clean them??? I use mean green on everything. Works good
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Pledge works great or sc1. I've used both but pledge seems more economical
Maxxis SC1! I can't find anything that comes close.
+1! SC1 hands down! I've used all kinds of stuff on my bikes, quads etc. and i've never used anything as good as SC1.

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I use 303 aerospace protectant as well and it is fantastic. Wash, dry, spray on and wipe off with a microfiber rag. Keeps the blacks black and protects from fading.
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