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Old 09-27-2010
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goodday everyone, do i still need to wax my front chin which is fiberglass and my rearspoiler which is fiberglass and textured..
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Default Re: fiberglass

Smooth surfaces should be treated like paint.

Glossy lightly textured surfaces sometimes like FX SynWax.

Flat or troublesome textured finishes should be limited to Showtime; if you want it to look shiny, try Protectant or Back-to-Black.
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okei thanks for the info
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