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Re: cal2-29 rub rail
Rub it with a clean cloth DAMPENED with MEK (Methyl Ethyl Ketone). Use chemical resistant gloves - MEK is nasty stuff with a kind of ammoniac edge if you breath it. It will slightly soften the vinyl for a short time and smooth the edges of any scratches or nicks. After you're done cleaning, wipe on Armour All or another vinyl conditioner. Even badly chalked & sunburned vinyl will come out looking near new. Black rub marks simply disappear.
Note: MEK is a solvent, not to be confused with MEKP (Methyl Ethyl Ketone Peroxide) which is the catalyst for polyester resin.
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