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Hi Guys,

I have had my Tundra for about a month now. I bought it used from a guy that took it to the beach alot. Was wondering how I could keep the trimming maintained or if I should even worry about this. Does anyone have any idea of how to get rid of the spotting or prevent it from getting works. It seems to be occuring on all the trimming on all windows. Here are some pics.

:ts: my fellow Tundraians.
 

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You might want to do some searching over in the Detailing Forum, where this thread will probably be moved soon. Brandon will usually have a quick answer for you there, too.

If you want more, there's also the Autopia Forums where lots of detailers share their knowledge.
 

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You might want to do some searching over in the Detailing Forum, where this thread will probably be moved soon. Brandon will usually have a quick answer for you there, too.

If you want more, there's also the Autopia Forums where lots of detailers share their knowledge.
i'm very interested in this as well. i've done a search but i couldn't find this exact problem. maybe i didn't type something in right, i don't know. anyway, my truck looks brand new execpt for the damn trim! i've tried everything and after a couple of days, it looks the same. i was thinking about replacing it and maybe having the new ones clear coated. any suggestions on this???
 

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Hadn't been over to the detailing forum at the time I posted above, so didn't realize dlotundra had double-posted until afterward. Brandon's been answerin' the OP, but the response may not be goin' in your direction.

I'm no detailin' expert, but know I've seen others discussin' what to use on their [mouldings|molding|trim|plastic|vinyl|rubber]--everything from 303 Aerospace to JustOnce and I'm sure a whole lot more. [Gripe] I can hardly keep up with the product names. Sometimes--it's gotta be either a close approximation or else the names must vary by region because I simply don't find an exact match to anything on any store shelf. And once these experts/afficionados start usin' acronyms to talk about what they're using, I need a glossary (that's a hint for another sticky thread over there, Brandon, if you read this). [/Gripe]

So back to your question--what keywords are you using to search these places that are leaving you in the dark?
 

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Hadn't been over to the detailing forum at the time I posted above, so didn't realize dlotundra had double-posted until afterward. Brandon's been answerin' the OP, but the response may not be goin' in your direction.

I'm no detailin' expert, but know I've seen others discussin' what to use on their [mouldings|molding|trim|plastic|vinyl|rubber]--everything from 303 Aerospace to JustOnce and I'm sure a whole lot more. [Gripe] I can hardly keep up with the product names. Sometimes--it's gotta be either a close approximation or else the names must vary by region because I simply don't find an exact match to anything on any store shelf. And once these experts/afficionados start usin' acronyms to talk about what they're using, I need a glossary (that's a hint for another sticky thread over there, Brandon, if you read this). [/Gripe]

So back to your question--what keywords are you using to search these places that are leaving you in the dark?
window trim, window trim care, window trim spotting, etc... i found some things but nothing that hit the nail on the head like the pics that were submitted with this thread. that's exactally what my trim is doing. do you have a link for brandon where i can contact him directly?
thanks for your help!
 

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window trim, window trim care, window trim spotting, etc... i found some things but nothing that hit the nail on the head like the pics that were submitted with this thread. that's exactally what my trim is doing. do you have a link for brandon where i can contact him directly?
thanks for your help!

Did you get the trim fixed? I just tried Mr Clean sponge on the side windows and seem to get most of it off. The pics are from my back window which I will prob have to get the wool for. Let me know what works for you.
 
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