You gotta SCRUB SCRUB SCRUB! When I was a teenager, my dad had a can of KIT wax (in the yellow can). I bought an old Maverick that had been in a cornfield for about 10 years. I thought the car was grey when I bought it for $15.00. I drive to the car wash and scrubbed but nothing changed. I decided that I was going to wax the dirt in to the paint (if there was any). When I buffed it off, the most gorgeous "Grabber Green" paint job appeared and it looked showroom new... with VERY LITTLE work. I wiped it on, wiped it off. I drove it back to the old farmer's house that I bought it from and he didn't believe it was the same car. I waxed my truck twice last week. I have so much wax on it that it doesn't even get wet in the rain! LOL! I didn't see it for sale for amny years until recently. I reluctantly bought a can thinking that they probably changed it. If they did, it is for the better. It goes on SOOO easy and comes off just as easy. I waxed my entire high top full size conversion van in 45 minutes last week. BY HAND. (and I am fat, slow and lazy, so I assumed it would take me about a week to get it all done.) The KIT wax also leaves no haze on plastic trim or rubber parts. It comes right off! I waxed right over my door handles and you can't see any residue. Another discovery: I had a piece of carpet in my tool box that was CAKED with aluminum wheel cleaner that I had buffed off of my tool box. It was BLACK and NASTY. I shot it with some Westley's Bleche-Wite, stirred it up with a scrub brush and rinsed it off with the garden hose. It looks NEW! So... Over the weekend, I got a new set of seats from the junk yard. They were pretty dirty and had greasy hand prints on them from where the guys at the yard took them out. I fired up the Bissell steamer with it's usual mixture of Bissell soap in the water, but I also added about a cap full of Bleche-Wite to the mix. My seats instantly came showroom clean. I am going to use that on the carpet when I take the seats out to put my new ones in. I also used bleche-wite to clean all of the interior panels to reveal a really nice light grey interior. Aside from the paint being worn off of the dash in a couple of spots, the bleche-wite brought it all back to showroom new. (The worn paint was already like that... The Bleche-Wite did not strip the paint.) After about 1/2 gallon of 409 on the interior, I had rags that were just at black when re-cleaning with the Bleche-Wite. I followed up with some protectant and it is AWESOME! I am going to hit the bucket seats with it when they come out to see how they clean up. Bleche Wite... Not just for tires anymore.