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Anyone out there have a good way to remove a couple of scuff marks from the seat. I scuffed it up while trying to get abord the other day.

Any assistance will be greatly appreicated.
 

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How old of Wing is it? I've had luck using a shop towel with a bit of WD-40 on a stock seat.
 

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Might try a little;note; a little, Simple Green or 409 on the corner of a shop rag. Also seen on TV, that the Mr.Clean sponge ( the Magic Eraser) is supposed to be safe on most anything.
What ever I used I just try a small area first.
 

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Maguire's also makes a product called "Back to Black", and is said to be safe for vinyl and plastics to restore the black finish.
 

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A topic near to my heart and sole of my shoes ! Try as I might and as nimble as I once was, sometimes that heel on the right boot just doesn't make the hurdle. I use " NU Vinyl " now and then for the seat. Looks great when you first put it on, only downside is the rain/ ambient moisture tends to leave black, easily removable , streaks on the side covers. Nothing is perfect.
 

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Whatever you do, I wouldn't recommend Armoral, too slick under the tush.
 
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