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Spring Spruce Up
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EX B Gas 2006. Diesel. In a fetching blue, (you know). Is there a reasonable way to tidy up the inevitable scuffs and scrapes on the black plastic bumpers and side trim without resorting to sticky paint on "goo"? I drive up and down bramble lined lanes on most days and they can be a bu^^er on the lower paint work, as can carelessly left half ton lumps of sandstone. Tips on Country Life Berlingo Proofing very welcome. Happy and Prosperous New Year to all BerlinGeezers. and Geezerettes .Cool
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Apply a liberal coating of peanut butter , buff to a shine and stand back to admire your handywork :woop:
Take care not to let the neighbours see the jar though :whistle:
Doesn't last forever mind , needs topping up every few weeks , although so does " auto finesse - revive " , a more expensive alternative :thumbsup:
Cheers vicars
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(06-01-2014, 10:25 PM)nil by mouth Wrote:  Apply a liberal coating of peanut butter , buff to a shine and stand back to admire your handywork :woop:
Take care not to let the neighbours see the jar though :whistle:
Doesn't last forever mind , needs topping up every few weeks , although so does " auto finesse - revive " , a more expensive alternative :thumbsup:
Cheers vicars

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Gtechniq c4 you won't have to do anything to the bumper again for two years.

http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/engine-and...d_851.html
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What works a treat on black bumper without using silicon sprays,is shoe polish.
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Boiled linseed oil works a treat & lasts about a month.Clean properly first.:thumbsup:
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