Has anyone asked a service center what to use? Is it from windows or getting in/out of the car? Seems like it should be a harder plastic so I could just wipe it off... something you don't learn until you get a few thousand on the road for a few years...
It actually looks worse in person than in the photo... I would like to clean it up...
I was told by our detailer that he uses Wurth Active Clean. You spray it on, let it sit a minute & then lightly scrub with a rag. If you are not able to get that, he said Oxy Clean should work as well.
He recommended that you just make sure you read the precautions and test a small before doing the entire thing.
Hope it works!"
that Wurth Active Clean shows as $30 a can on eBay?! Seriously?!
This rag was yellow and clean. This is the black that came off of it.
I'm pretty happy w/the results. took a lot of elbow grease. I'm going to wash the rag and go at it again a final time. I've never used this cleaner before, but seems like it worked. the area remained wet for a while after, but did dry after a few hours. At first it really just pushed the black around, but enough scrubbing removed the majority of it.
Seems like a design flaw to have a 'carpet/cloth' like surface here. Should just be a hard plastic like most cars so it doesn't collect dirt, but that's just nit picking an otherwise pretty kick ass car.
FYI; it says DO NOT USE ON LEATHER. so don't do that.