Thread: Black Wow
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Old 02-14-2011, 03:43 PM
ShoalsRanger ShoalsRanger is offline
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Default Re: Black Wow

Just some advice if you do try some out.

-Only use a pea size amount. A little goes a LONG way.
-Apply it in a well lit area, or during the day so you can see if you missed any spots.
-DON'T get it on glass or your paint (its a biatch to get off) just like tire gel is.
-DON'T use it on your tires...it costs too much to be doing tires with it.
-Clean the area well before using this stuff.
-Don't use it on bug guards or visors.

I use it on my black exterior trim, my mud flaps (after a good cleaning) and my rubber mouldings & weatherstrip. Wipe off excess with a microfiber cloth. If road dust is sticking to anything that you applied it to, that means you've used too much of the product. Like I keep saying...a little goes a long way.

I know a lot of this is common sense...but since Ive used the product I thought I would give some feedback. Geez, I sound like a salesman.

This stuff may not have the "health" benefits that Back to Black has as far as treating your trim....but I've used both..and Black Wow definitely beats Back to Black when it comes to lasting longer...and the black that it brings out in your trim.

Just my 2 cents.
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