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    How to get under the Wing Foil

    Hi my first car to practice on has a wing foil on the back. Does anyone have any hints in how to polish/clean/wax under those things. Even with small hands I don't think I'll get it very well.
    I search for this thread but couldn't find any others sorry for a duplicate if you want to point me in the right direction that would be great.
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    Re: How to get under the Wing Foil

    Remove it if possible.
    Rick....now in North Texas

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    Re: How to get under the Wing Foil

    Can you put your polish/wax/cleaner on a towel and do it shoe shine fashion? Run your towel though and pull it back and forth.
    'Cause there's just something women like about a pickup man.
    Rich

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    Re: How to get under the Wing Foil

    Do your best by hand and use a true glaze to hide anything left over if desired, or remove it and polish by machine.

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    Re: How to get under the Wing Foil

    Thanks guys I'll look to see if removing is do-able. Good thing its my son's car and he won't notice if I don't get every spot he has a large dent in the passenger door won't be wonderful but will give me some practice with the new pc.
    Kids_gone
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