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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 02-09-2007, 02:17 PM Thread Starter
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Minor bed scuffs and scratches

Before I ask, I know the bed of the Ridgeline will get scuffed up and scratched. Just wondering what you guys do to make it look better, I would prefer something that won't make it slippery like armor all. Thanks in advance.

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Honda has a touch-up product, but can't say I have needed or used it.





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I read somewhere in the ROC about using black shoe cream polish. I haven't done it but will once I have the time.

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Black paste shoe polish works best for me.

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Re: Minor bed scuffs and scratches

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Before I ask, I know the bed of the Ridgeline will get scuffed up and scratched. Just wondering what you guys do to make it look better, I would prefer something that won't make it slippery like armor all. Thanks in advance.
I use a bed mat.

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I use tire dressing...

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I use to use black shoe polish...Now I don't even bother. It's the only part of my truck that looks like it's a truck and shows signs that I use it... Tough at first but after a few good digs, heck, it is a truck...

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Re: Minor bed scuffs and scratches

Doesn't get much better for me than the MP-60's. I guess the MP-67's would be the same. Highly recommend the new DD2 grips from Golf Pride. Just got them from Golfsmith.

Thanks for the advice on the bed, I will try the shoe polish.

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I use a product from "Forever Black" website

http://www.foreverblack.com/products.htm#liner

it make the bedliner look brand new.

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Re: Minor bed scuffs and scratches

I normally just pile some more mulch or rocks in the back of mine to make it look better. It is a truck, isn't it?

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