Never heard of Vendor flares, but if you are referring to Fender flares, Mother's Back to Black seems to work quite well.
Oops... I apologize, I meant fender flares. Thanks for the correction. Anyways, I ended up ordering the 303 protectant since a lot of folks here seem to swear by it so I'll give that a shot. I'll try the MB if that doesn't do the trick.
2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4x4 Rubicon
Black | Remote Start | Connectivity Group | Max Tow|
3pc Freedom Hardtop | 5sp Auto | 4:10
For what it's worth, I tried the 303 Aerospace Protectant on both the exterior plastics (fenders, bumpers, hood latches, door handles), as well as the interior. While I like what it does for the interior, I wasn't too impressed with what it did for the exterior plastic. My Jeep is a year and a half old and the plastics are starting to lighten. The 303 didn't restore any darkness to them. While it might provide a layer of protection against further fading, it did nothing for me to clean the mud spots or reverse the fading that has already occurred. Just my two cents...
__________________ 2012 Wrangler Unlimited Sport
Banks Power Monster Exhaust & Cold Air w/Superchips Flashpaq
Paramount Restyling Modular Front Bumper w/Engo E9000 Winch
Mountain Edition Wheels w/285/70R17 Goodyear Duratracs
Kenwood DDX-419 DVD Receiver w/Kicker Speaker Upgrade
Some other minor upgrades & mods...