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Old 04-15-14, 01:41 AM   #1
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Okay guys,

So the other day I was putting my luggage into the back seat as the trunk was full with luggage and I ended up scrapping the wheels of the luggage all on my ceiling! It made some wicked black marks from the wheels on the ceiling and looks HORRIBLE!

I am wondering if you think that stuff can be taken out and look like new if I do it myself?
If so, what products should i use and how do I go about it without smearing/spreading it all over?

Or should I take it to a detailing place and have them do so? And how much do you think that would cost?!

Thanks ya'll!
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Old 04-16-14, 07:18 AM   #2
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something similar happened to me but with a soda can , i opened it and it popped all over my ceiling. so if someone could give us some insight that would be nice lol
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Mr. Clean Magic Eraser has always worked magic for me...Although when you start one area you should just do the whole thing because it really works well to bring it back to original color.
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