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pelicanman 01-24-2017 10:11 AM

turtle wax new product
 
I was in pep boys a few days ago,and saw a new turtle wax product.
it's called JET BLACK TRIM RESTORER,it has a sponge and gloves to apply it.
Has anyone here tryed it,and what are the results ?
old retired guy:hello:

SB03Ranger 01-24-2017 10:49 AM

Re: turtle wax new product
 
IT will look good at first but will fade with time just like all the other brands do.

dixie_boysles 01-26-2017 07:49 AM

Re: turtle wax new product
 
The best thing is to quickly go over faded plastic trim with heat gun QUICKLY. The idea is to just darken, not melt. Google it

2004 fx4 level II 01-27-2017 07:24 PM

Re: turtle wax new product
 
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Originally Posted by pelicanman (Post 2701820)
I was in pep boys a few days ago,and saw a new turtle wax product.
it's called JET BLACK TRIM RESTORER,it has a sponge and gloves to apply it.
Has anyone here tryed it,and what are the results ?
old retired guy:hello:

junk!!

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Originally Posted by SB03Ranger (Post 2701826)
IT will look good at first but will fade with time just like all the other brands do.

this^^^^^^^^^

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Originally Posted by dixie_boysles (Post 2702151)
The best thing is to quickly go over faded plastic trim with heat gun QUICKLY. The idea is to just darken, not melt. Google it

this^ and I used krylon plastic spray paint, last for couple years

rangergambler 04-05-2018 07:53 AM

On my 2010 2.3 XL I USED A BLACK TRIM SPECIFIC SPRAY paint CAN FORGOT THE NAME illL HAVE to look it up, but it always looks like it has a fresh coat of armor all. Its been like 2.5 years like that.

ChiefD 04-19-2018 07:53 AM

Re: turtle wax new product
 
I use a product called Wipe New. I get it at Walmart. It's around $10 or $11 per box. I use it on wiper arms and all plastics (grill, trim, steps, splash guards, etc.). This stuff has done an amazing job for me. I usually only apply every 2 years. It stands up to washes and regular elements. Comes with gloves and applicator cloths. I've been impressed.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Wipe-New-...&wl13=&veh=sem

crixus 05-26-2018 06:11 PM

Re: turtle wax new product
 
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Originally Posted by ChiefD (Post 2743674)
I use a product called Wipe New. I get it at Walmart. It's around $10 or $11 per box. I use it on wiper arms and all plastics (grill, trim, steps, splash guards, etc.). This stuff has done an amazing job for me. I usually only apply every 2 years. It stands up to washes and regular elements. Comes with gloves and applicator cloths. I've been impressed.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Wipe-New-...&wl13=&veh=sem

I've used it as well and it's a great product. :rock:


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