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how to clean the scuff marks inside

Hey guys was wondering how you clean the scuff marks made by shoes on the interior? thanks guys

have been looking around and came across this:
Removing scuff marks on interior plastic?? - Auto Geek Online Auto Detailing Forum

any suggestions on this brand? Car Wax & Sealants
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Depends what exactly the scuffs look like and where exactly they are. Could you post up a picture of them for us to see?



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I'be been hearing about that one product in the first link from some detailers I know and that just might be the best solution:

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1Z Einszett Deep Plastic Cleaner and a nice nylon bristle brush, works like a charm.
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There's also a magic eraser made for cars (less harsh) that would take shoe scuff marks out with ease.. and all you have to do is spray some water on it, lightly scrub over the scuffs, and they're gone.
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If it's black plastic you want to clean, I think using some gell based tire shine will work well, you just need to start with a very small amount and apply as needed. From experience it worked like mink oil on leather to me, and that does well with getting some imperfections out of leather.
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I've heard good things about Magic Eraser Sponges, not mr clean magic erasers but these are just sponges. Not sure what else is used with them besides water.
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I think you could also use a mild degreaser/cleaner, but of course you would have to make sure you re-apply a nice protectant after. Those things strip everything off of the panels
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