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What about shoe polish for the idiot marks, till you get the thing posted on EBay?

Are you suggesting the OP color in the marks on their driver to make it look pristine in order to sell it as in better condition than it really is?

Remind me never to buy a car from you.

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I know this is not exactly what the OP asked but it might help others cleaning their driver. I have a Taylormade Racketballz Stage 2

that has a black face. I could not get the white marks the tees left on the face and bottom.

I finally tried the the heavy duty cleaner I bought for my car. It is called Meguiar's All Purpose Cleaner Plus D103. It can

only be bought through auto detailing websites. I used it in the 4:1 dilution and it took the mark right off.

The paint on top of drivers is pretty tough stuff  but it cannot take abrasive cleaners.

Doug

I've used denatured alcohol without any problems.

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Just played my first round with the club was great but the club head is dirty on top and underneath was wondering if anyone had any good tips on how to clean it without destroying the pink paint job?

You started the same thread last month:

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