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Has anyone used peanut butter???

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  1. solbrothers

    solbrothers JDMChat.com Loser!

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    i was told by a buddy of mine(who is a detailer) that peanut butter does wonders on paint and rims. he says that the natural oils in the pb clean and protect rims/paint. has anyone tried this/heard of pb being used on a car.
     
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    I myself use Jelly, Jams or Preserves. Strawberry works the best. I rub it on, let it sit then buff it off with a clean, soft slice of Roman meal wheat bread. :spitdrink:

    j/k

    Never heard of that, but wouldn't be suprised if people do it. I've heard of the Coke on windows.
     
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    OMG LOL,

    That was too funny, I'd stick to a product made to protect your paint / wheels.


    If you do use peanut butter, don't use the chunky as it may mare your paint......Use the creamy....:)
     
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    yeah that was funny!! yeah i'd use the creamy :looking through kitchen cupboards: damn we only have chunky...
     
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    There's a guy that posted some pics up of doing it on JDMU. Before that, I've never heard of that or anyone putting that on wheels. How can you even think of something like that? Sorry, but I'll stick to my $4.99 wheel cleaner. My $.02 cents.
     
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    yea my friend does the peanut butter and after like a year of dointg it your paint goes to crap...the clear coat comes off really easily.
     
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    :spitdrink: :spitdrink: :spitdrink:

    I saw the thread on JDMU where the guys used it on his volks and it looked like it worked well but I dont know if I would use that frequently ya know?
     
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    ^^yeah i saw it done to some gold volks^^
     
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    You can use smooth peanut butter on exterior black plastics that have faded , it brings back a deep black shine. A little on a dry cloth and rub it in like wax, leave it a little while then buff off. Sounds crazy but it does work
     
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    Seriously please don't use any food products for detailing. There are many products made for your car. Meguiars, Poorboys, Adams, P21.

    This thread is ridiculous and old.

    /thread.
     
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    Peanut Butter in Action

    From this:

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    To This:

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    To some peanut butter:

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    All done:

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    :spitdrink:
     
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