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You missed a prime opportunity for a pun there...don't be scared of the pun, the pun isn't as bad as people make it out to be...we all like puns, we just don't all admit it in mixed company
Pun? I missed a pun...I'm a pun Ninga......I'm usually "Attila the Pun"
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Pun? I missed a pun...I'm a pun Ninga......I'm usually "Attila the Pun"
N/M, now that I think about it, it was less of an opportunity to use a pun, and more of an opportunity to be astoundingly obvious...and nobody likes THOSE types of people...so please disregard my last post...

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I love me some Trim Shine, great product...i recommend it (and other Stoner products) on other forums so much people think I'm a still for Stoner. And while I think it would work in this scenario, it would be a temporary solution requiring continual reapplications to maintain the look I'm pretty sure.
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Looking at the picture, I suspect it's not so much an issue of a stain to be cleaned, as the pigment of the material has been rubbed off. If so, only recoloring it will make it go away. A Guy

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If we are all just actors on TV, going about our daily lives for the amusement of the viewers, I suspect there would be a scene written about this thread which had the following dialog in it:

Nuke: “I’m not sure what the solution to this problem is.”
Astronomer: “I am, get yourself some Solution.”
Nuke: “Right, we need a solution, I just said that.”
Astronomer: “I know, and I just told you, you need to get some Solution.”
Nuke: “Dude, are you feeling okay? You’re not making any sense!”
Astronomer: “Yes, I’m fine. Actually, I am starting to wonder about you. You seem to be going deaf.”
Nuke: “No, my hearing is fine. I can hear you speaking gibberish.”
Astronomer: “Whatever man, just trying to help.”
Nuke: “If you want to help, how about offering up some ideas for a solution?!?”
Astronomer: “AAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!”

At which point I would sincerely hope whoever was still watching this poorly acted farce would turn off the TV and go do something productive...but we all know they wouldn't
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Ok all I have tryed to remove this stain in several different way ,everything from wiping to scrubbing with a tooth brush and products such as ,Turtle Wax Carpet/Upholstery Cleaner , Griot's Garage Carpet/Upholstery Cleaner, McGuire's carpet and upholstery cleaner, wool light and water, Dawn Dish soap and water to no avail. Its where my elbow rides on the door panel (I'm 6 foot 300lb so I'm a big boy, reason I bought a challenger and not a tin can Camero of Mustang lol) I'm sure its skin and body oil but it's just not coming out. I have 4 picks 2 before and 2 after to days scrub. I'm half way thinking of getting a wire brush and grinder. this spot is driving me nuts. 2 photos are before todays scrub and 2 after, But I've spent all week focused on this spot cleaning it. Any ideas? And thanks nuke the Wool light got the dog slobber up.
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I forgot I had that until I ran across it on the shelf earlier, but it would work great to resolve this particular issue I do believe!
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Not to be captain obvious, but have you tried a brush? I had some stuff on the door in the same place after I got a tattoo a couple weeks ago, thinking it was noxema possibly. Once it dried I saw it. Took some cleaner to it, but it came back, and would not get out of those crevices. I ended up taking a brush to it along with a bit more cleaner, and it came out. Those crevices don't like to give up easily...

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I used an old tooth brush. I might just buy a used door panel off eBay and put it up to switch out later.

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