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    Exclamation Goo Gone Help - Lime Deposit on Taillight Not Going Away from Plastidip Removal

    Hi All,

    I wanted to do a comprehensive wax of my entire car and used Goo-gone to remove the plastidip from my spoiler. After removing the plastidip I did a quick wash and noticed the tail light was completed hazed with lime/calcium build up. I looked up online the vinegar method to remove the build up and tried that several times with different concentration amounts but still it didn't even remove a thing from it and now I'm kinda worried I just ruined my tail light

    Does anyone know what else I can do to remove the deposits?

    Appreciate any tips/suggestions!

    Thanks,

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    Re: Goo Gone Help - Lime Deposit on Taillight Not Going Away from Plastidip Removal

    If vinegar didn't help are you sure it's lime/calcium? Whatever it is I'd try PlastX first if you have some or go right to Ultimate Polish, gently. These plastic lights are a PITA to keep looking clean.

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