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Hey members...
So today I towed my xp 900 with enclosed cab to an ice fishing tournament, after arriving at my destination I was discussed by how my road salt was on my ranger from the 15 minute trailer ride... And yes I do live in upstate new your( my state has soooo much money we don't even use sand, just salt, coughsarcasmcough . Anyways after I got home tonight , I ran to the car wash to hose it off. I made a decision I would need to order a trailerable cover . So I pull the ranger in the heated garage and decided to try a few wax's/polishes that i had laying around on the plastics, wasn't to impressed with the results. So my question .... Is there a product out there other then armor all that will put the shine back on the plastics?
 

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Holloway House Quick Shine... 3 coats brings the luster back to life... apply and let it dry real good before applying another coat..:encouragement:
 

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Bunch of great home remedies for bringing back the shine have been discussed. But for protection from road salt, you may want to try spraying the undercarriage with either Tire Shine or WD-40 (cheaper by the gallon!) - makes cleanup a lot faster. For your black plastics and roll cage, Mothers Back To Black works good.
 

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I use turtle wax super protectant on everything and have had good luck their product.:encouragement:
 

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WD-40 is the cheap way or SC1 by maxima
 

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I deal w the same thing coming from upstate. I spray my undercarriage w wd40 during the summer. As for the rest i just hose it off...
 

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Pledge furniture polish.
I was told the same thing when I bought my 500. I don't polish after washing, just wash it & let it dry.
 

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For your Sage green (molded color), pledge furniture polish works well.
If your unit was a LE that is painted, then I would wax it.
 

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Sweet , I'm going to run it to the car wash and pull it in the garage to let it warm up and dry , I'm going to give the pledge furniture polish a try!
 

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Another vote for SC-1, wax if painted every now and then
 

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Have any of yall tried cover all by superior products? It's the same thing as sc1, cheaper, and imo, works better then sc1.
 

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Silkolene Pro Prep.

trust me!
 

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Plexus polish for the plastics. It's an aircraft canopy cleaner and it's all I ever use anymore. Seriously good stuff and it makes faceshields and poly windows look great forever.
 
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