Can I use Zymol cleaner wax on my Scalex 911 GT3? In my experience with "real" cars, it's the mildest product on the market and all natural. I have some slight scuff marks on the lid of my GT3. No idea how they got there...
I tried a Kitchen Cleaner, one fo the multi purpose types.
I have used for example, Tesco's kitchen cleaner (with bleach) on some old cars to remove scuff marks, oil, rubber, paint from other cars and it worked a treat!
However use with caution, test on a small (hidden) area first and be especially careful of decals i.e. don't use it. Having said that, I cleaned up an old Scalextric 037 (White) all the marks came off and the shell with the Martini printing was unharmed.
Finished off by polishing the car and it looks as good as new!
The only problem with T-Cut, a pain if it gets into the panel lines as it leaves a residue which is surprisingly hard to remove; also the print will come off very easily as Jonny mentions.
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