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  • 11-16-2009, 12:42 PM
    cobradav

    Re: Staining on the rear deck lid

    Use same system (Mr Clean) on my '05 and nothing similar to note here. Now I do wipe down almost each and every time in the gutter area under my fixed glass (coupe) and all the edges of the trunk lid.

    You have some extra drain holes for the cabrio for water to run out. Any chance any of those are clogged. Check for water or heavy moisture under trunk mat or around TCU/electronics on left side.

    As far as actually removing stain(s) I would seek advice from a detailing expert.
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  • 11-14-2009, 01:38 PM
    jschottenfeld

    Staining on the rear deck lid

    I've had my '05 645cic since new but recently started seeing a blue staining on the rear deck lid at the locations where the rubber gaskets rest.

    Normally I wash the car myself with Mr. Clean auto wash and never had a problem. Lately because of construction around my house I have been bringig it to a local car wash who has always washed my other cars. They insist that the only blue liquid that is in their facility is the spray wax, which I've never had applied.

    Has anyone else had this problem and if so, any thoughts on how I can remove?

    Jan

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