What color white best matches the white on my p3 pro

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Does it not scrub clean? I use a nylon scouring pad on the props for any stains, it's surprising what they pick up, and they come up very close to original
 
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Wet sanding will do a nice job. If it’s just a light scuff, toothpaste will do. Two keys: rub lightly, don’t be overly aggressive or you’ll just make a bigger mess. Always use circular motion when working the surface.

Go to YouTube and look up refinishing cloudy plastic headlights. You’ll get plenty of good ideas. Piece of cake.
 
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Beware you don't get water in the vents! Electronics and water don't mix!!
If it's the top shell that needs a scrub take it off. In fact only the top shell has the vents in it so good idea, take it off and you can do what you like with it!
 
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I just discovered rubbing compound for my car. I'm not sure how the drone's plastic shell may be affected by it but that stuff and a sturdy sponge cleaned horrible streaks off my car doors way faster than the hours of elbow grease I was putting with just a wet washcloth.
 
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Are you talking Tcut? This is primarily designed for paintwork as it takes a very small amount of there top coat off to reduce scratches. It will probably do the same for plastic so should be OK but again, it is applied with a ":damp" cloth so water ingress should be watched!
As I said earlier, if it's the top shell that is b ad then remove it, quite easy, and wash it in a sink with warm soapy water!
 
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@cheddarman, I used Turtle Wax's Heavy Rubbing Compound (again, on my car) which may be too heavy duty. It says to only use it on heavily oxidized surfaces. Maybe @Jfalcon should try other household cleaning products first?

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You don't want to use any "wax" product me thinks, it will leave a wax deposit, shiny.
Post some pictures of exactly what you're trying to remove, I can't see how a drone can get too dirty!!
 

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