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While Back to Black is a better product than most, the only permanent fix for faded black plastics is to use trim paint. It's worth the extra effort to clean, mask, then paint. This is what body shops do if you bring it to them. Black plastic is one thing on a car that is actually really easy to paint without having to have a professional gun, technique, or even a garage.

SEM trim paint is the best cheap option
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anyone know how well this works with faded jeep fender pieces?
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anyone know how well this works with faded jeep fender pieces?
I use it all the time on my 04 Avalanche and previously used it on my 97 Jeep Grand Cherokee with great results. This stuff goes on quick.
I've never found the time to tape off my truck to paint the plastic. I've thought about using Plastidip. I've used that on wheels and grills with very good results.
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Look out. Delivery has jumped to 2-4 weeks.
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While Back to Black is a better product than most, the only permanent fix for faded black plastics is to use trim paint. It's worth the extra effort to clean, mask, then paint. Black plastic is one thing on a car that is actually really easy to paint without having to have a professional gun, technique, or even a garage.

SEM trim paint is the best cheap option
Here's a link:
https://www.amazon.com/SEM-39143-...B000EM019O
I tried that, and it seems the paints fades away or gets washed off easily. I then tried a can of black plasti dip and that survived for years. Just did three layers of coverage.
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Anyone know if this works well with plastic that was originally dark grey?
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Anyone know if this works well with plastic that was originally dark grey?
I think most plastics (Jeeps, Avalanches, Elements, etc.) were originally dark gray. I can personally vouch for 04 Avalanche and 97 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
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Saw a YouTube video of a guy using a heat gun to remove the oxidation and then treating it with a restorer with great results. Makes the plastic look brand new.
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I saw a chick just use a hairblow to heat up the trims for a while. Much easier and works well.
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Also, this is the lowest price on Amazon in the last 120 days.
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lousy product. looks good for a day or two, but then fading goes right back to where it was. just a waste of money unless you want to apply it constantly.
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While Back to Black is a better product than most, the only permanent fix for faded black plastics is to use trim paint. It's worth the extra effort to clean, mask, then paint. Black plastic is one thing on a car that is actually really easy to paint without having to have a professional gun, technique, or even a garage.

SEM trim paint is the best cheap option
Here's a link:
https://www.amazon.com/SEM-39143-...B000EM019O
Really? Heat gun or transmission oil is all you need to restore black plastic trim.
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I tried that, and it seems the paints fades away or gets washed off easily. I then tried a can of black plasti dip and that survived for years. Just did three layers of coverage.
can you provide link to "black plasti dip" need it for window trims and also need something for the window seals which are degraded​ due to sun damage in just 4 yrs - thanks
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