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Has anyone used Mer to wash their van (I know someone has as I got the recommendation from this forum), my question about Mer is this,

On the bottle is states “Mer should not be applied to your vinyl bumpers”, why what happens and how do you stop it getting on them?

Ralph.
 

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Hi ralph,

Same as most polishes, If you do get it on your bumpers or any dark plastic bits of the van it will leave a white mark, this can be removed by using 'back to black' or 'amoural' plastic surface cleaner, or even swarfega. All available from 'Halfrauds' as someone wittily said on MHF Mk1.

I think they are referring to using it neat as a polish though, not diluted in water.

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Thanks peejay,

used it anyway, as long as the cloth isn’t too wet it doesn’t drip, if anyone hasn’t used it (Mer hochglanz autocrem) it works like magic, my van has never been so clean, black lines just disappear.

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Whilst we are on the subject can I just say to whoever it was that gave me the tip on the old site about what to do about the backs of my wing mirrors and suggested one of the bumper tyre sprays, bought some Tesco's own and the result was fantastic, all the hedge scratches just dissapeared, led on by this discovery I did the bumper, side plastic strips, indicator stalks, and then went mad and bought some dash spray too, And now she gleems.
Must use it on the tractor too :lol:
 
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