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Old 09-17-2010
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Default Trailer Hitch

I have a factory trailer hitch installed on a 2004 Acura MDX. I beleive it is a powder-coat finish. Standard waxes seem to embed into the paint, and will not come off easily. What is the best product to use to bring back the black pre-oxidation look?
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Old 09-21-2010
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Default Re: Trailer Hitch

If it's oxidized and/or the paint is rough and nicked, try our Back-to-Black. While it isn't a wax, it works excellent on many finishes such as this that are inconvenient or impossible to polish and wax.
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