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Bought one to try out. I hate how my car plastic faded.
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Bought one to try out. I hate how my car plastic faded.
This is a temporary fix until the rain or car wash come. Spend the $$$ on black paint and tape.
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This is a temporary fix until the rain or car wash come. Spend the $$$ on black paint and tape.
I dunno. A quick wipe with a rag with this stuff on it every so often is pretty convenient, fast, cheap, and definitely easier. Plus, there's nothing to say paint won't flake off if the right prep work isn't done.
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Bought one to try out. I hate how my car plastic faded.
Use a heat gun (be careful, though). It is permanent.
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I dunno. A quick wipe with a rag with this stuff on it every so often is pretty convenient, fast, cheap, and definitely easier. Plus, there's nothing to say paint won't flake off if the right prep work isn't done.
Do you use it for the exterior? I have a 06 Honda Element and my panels are faded.

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Once you go back to black you never go back to... Wait....
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Use a heat gun (be careful, though). It is permanent.
This. It might take some time but the results are pretty good.
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I have an Avalanche with tons of plastic on it. This stuff works great-but-I have found that the aerosol version goes on much faster with zero elbow grease. Costs a bit more but saves a ton of time. Advance Auto has both on sale regularly for $5.99. I have also used the Meguiars stuff and it is junk. Don't waste your $$$
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This. It might take some time but the results are pretty good.
The results are not like it was original, it still stays mate, just becomes a darker black. You don't get the shine back with just heat application.
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Do you use it for the exterior? I have a 06 Honda Element and my panels are faded.

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Yeah. I think anything that's black plastic is game. You probably don't need to go nuts with it. Stick a bit on a rag, wipe it in, see how far it goes with a little at a time. There's a lot on an element, and the older avalanche. Worth a try. Also anything under the hood, like an engine cover or a battery box. Rubber trim, roof racks, probably even tires. Bicycle, ATV, motorcycle parts. Basically, if it's outside, black, and plastic, vinyl, or rubber, it's probably gonna make it look better.
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Fender flares, trailer fenders, boat parts, rv parts, motorcycle/ATV parts, Rubbermaid mailbox, plastic lawn tool chests. Black plastic lawn furniture, black plastic roof vents, patio stuff, planters. If it's black and plastic and faded from sun/weather, it's worth trying.
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Use a heat gun (be careful, though). It is permanent.
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This is the approach to take for a permanent result. You do have to be careful though. Use the lower setting (if available) and stay about 6 inches away. Keep moving back and forth and don't let the heat gun stay in one spot.
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