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Old 04-07-2014, 04:00 PM   #31
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I've been debating what to get as mine are all dried out and grey.

I think I will be getting the CQuart DLUX plastic restorer. It comes in a small bottle and it seems to be the most effective having read some reviews on detailing websites. Price is quite steep but it seems to hold it's purpose for much longer than the usual sprays....

CQuartz DLux Plastic & Wheel Coating

ANyone else tried it?

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Old 04-07-2014, 05:26 PM   #32
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The description of that stuff and the application technique and drying time is almost identical to Wipe New.

Had the Wipe New on for 2 days now and it is a vast improvement. There is a spot on the underside of the fender lip that I missed and it is very apparent.

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Old 04-08-2014, 07:18 AM   #33
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I tried Back to Black and Maguiers(sp) but neither worked for me, ended up getting a can of rustolium trim amd fender paint (matte black) and the fenders look brand new again and have for the last couple of months since I did it
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I tried Back to Black and Maguiers(sp) but neither worked for me, ended up getting a can of rustolium trim amd fender paint (matte black) and the fenders look brand new again and have for the last couple of months since I did it
This is what I want to do. Can you post a pic. How do You think it turned out? Would you do it again? Any prep work or advise?
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Plastidip them black. It holds up to abuse. The best part is that you can do it over if it fades again. It's not permanent. You can peel it right off when you don't like any more.
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This is what I want to do. Can you post a pic. How do You think it turned out? Would you do it again? Any prep work or advise?
Ill have to get a pic. I think it turned out great and would defiantly do it again if it needed it. I've did mine acouple months ago and it has not faded or peals at all.

Only real prep was washing with soap an water and wipping dry with a towel. The front venders I removed and painted 2-3 coats. The rears I couldn't figure out how to remove so I just taped up newspaper all around it and painted it.

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