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Old 06-24-2014, 05:35 PM   #1
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what product to prevent fading

What's the name of the product that I can apply to my wheel fenders to prevent color fading.

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Old 06-24-2014, 06:22 PM   #2
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Vinylex best stuff I ever used . Got it at pep boys. Look how black them fenders are
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Old 06-24-2014, 06:29 PM   #3
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Wow looks nice I will be getting that this week. Thanks for the info : )
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303 Aerospace is also a good product to use to protect your plastics. You can find it on amazon and some ACE/True Value hardware stores.
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How often do you apply the Vinylex?
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I haven't used any products on it yet. Thanks everybody for all the info. : )
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Vinylex best stuff I ever used . Got it at pep boys. Look how black them fenders are
Do they collect dust like if you use armor all??
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How often do you apply the Vinylex?
Every couple weeks even if it don't look like it needs it. Takes very little . And water beads on them
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Do they collect dust like if you use armor all??
No. The opposite it repels . A great was to use Is colonite 845 insulator wax . Cheap on amazon. Repels dirt and beads water for months
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Old 06-24-2014, 08:47 PM   #11
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I have heard good things about 303 for plastics, but I just recently got Raggtopp vinyl cleaner and Raggtopp protectant. The cleaner seemed to work as well as any regular soap on top, but the protectant made the top, vinyl windows AND plastic parts look awesome. It is supposed to repel dust and water of course. When it went on it reminded me of Armor All, but after a few minutes it left the "new black" look without the greasy/wet feel if that makes sense. I got it off Quadratec and the protectant is for vinyl and plastics. For years I used furniture polish to clean, shine, and protect plastic parts plus it repelled dust.

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