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Ordered the silver R/T with leather, convenience group and security group on March 16…so the wait is on. I haven’t come across this question yet, so I thought I’d post it. Is the black trim as vulnerable to wax as most other cars?
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I don't know about wax. But don't clean your Chrysler's trim with wax. Or even attempt to make it look good with wax. Dish soap and water makes Chrysler's Trim look like no other.
 

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So if some of this clear coat wax happens to get on the black plastic trim, it won't mark it all up. That's amazing. It's been a long time since I bought a can of wax, I stopped waxing my 1995 Jeep around six years ago.
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RobMR3 said:
I don't know about wax. But don't clean your Chrysler's trim with wax. Or even attempt to make it look good with wax. Dish soap and water makes Chrysler's Trim look like no other.
hope you meant that in a GOOD way...!!!! :p
cuz dish soap is the last thing you want to wash your car with. its too harsh on the finish.
 

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R/TOgilvie said:
If you really loved your Cali. maybe a little sented massage oil. :p :rolleyes: :cool: :D
I think our fellow forum member "Bang" has already done that; verifiable by anyone who has seen that photo he posted of him "standing" behind HIS Caliber... :eek: :rolleyes: ;)
 

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DodgeGirlKathy said:
hope you meant that in a GOOD way...!!!! :p
cuz dish soap is the last thing you want to wash your car with. its too harsh on the finish.
My fault. I thought we were talking about interior trim. Not exterior. D-oh! :mad:
 
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