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11-07-2012 02:44 PM
Hilldweller I used 303 on some of my motorcycles; it worked okay.

The MINI group that I know swears by Black Wow for their fenders.
I just use Black Again on the PW ---- but my trim is oxidizing like crazy...
11-07-2012 01:53 PM
eandelee
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Originally Posted by robskully View Post
Bring it back and get your money back !
I tried it and I didn't like the out come.
Didn't last and rain made a chalky run thru it.
Rob .....

Thanks...any others feel the same?

I'm thinking of trying the 303 since it's UV protection...
11-07-2012 12:10 PM
endlesshydro
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Originally Posted by pazbich3 View Post
Another vote for Zaino...however I have never used any of their plastic/tire care, but have heard great things of course. Actually, I've never heard anything bad about Zaino. I have, however, been using their full paint care and wash for 10+ years and it is the ONLY wax I trust on my cars hands down!
I been using all thier products and it is remarkable how if used correctly this stuff is like magic in a bottle ! LOL

www.Zainostore.com

this is what i been using
Z-16 Perfect Tire Gloss: Zaino Store
11-07-2012 11:23 AM
Hilldweller I just used to use Georgia clay.

11-07-2012 11:20 AM
pazbich3
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Originally Posted by endlesshydro View Post
Try Zaino products great stuff!
Another vote for Zaino...however I have never used any of their plastic/tire care, but have heard great things of course. Actually, I've never heard anything bad about Zaino. I have, however, been using their full paint care and wash for 10+ years and it is the ONLY wax I trust on my cars hands down!
11-07-2012 11:01 AM
endlesshydro Try Zaino products great stuff!
11-07-2012 10:53 AM
MikeyFTL Also use 303. Its a bit pricey ($20 a bottle) but it stays on so long that I use it on my tires instead of armour all. I use it on every piece of black plastic (fenders, bumpers, mirrors, rear hinge covers) once a month. Keeps them black and shiney.
11-07-2012 10:44 AM
fishmd I have been using 303 since I got my Jeep. I like it a lot. Stays on for quite a while too even in all the rain we get here in South Florida.
11-07-2012 10:35 AM
TX Sasquatch
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Originally Posted by Braveheart12JK View Post
303 and Vinylex by Lexol seem to be the two most popular. I haven't tried the 303 yet, but I love the Vinylex. It's good for all rubber and plastic trim!
Based on my research, I've come to the same conclusion. I haven't picked any up yet, but I'm going to give Vinylex a try since it is a good bit cheaper and easier to find locally.
11-07-2012 09:41 AM
Moabite I tried one of those Back to or Forever Black products once on one of the Bushwacker flares on my TJ...hated it. Then I tried Armorall Extreme Tire Shine (bottle, not spray can). Loved it. Made the flares black again and it's not as shiny on the flares as it is on the tires. No streaking. But I hadn't even thought about the 303...and I already have a big bottle of that for my cataraft. I'll put some 303 on the new JK flares today. It has always been THE product to use on inflatable boats (ask any river outfitter)...but it could be harder to find than the Armorall product.
11-07-2012 09:23 AM
WranglerJR83 There is a way to get the black back using a heat gun, but I can't remember the details. Search for it and it should come up. My buddy did it to his JK and was able to get the bumpers and flares back to like new condition and it lasted a pretty long time.
11-07-2012 09:15 AM
robskully instead of B to B try this ...
Premium Grade Trim Restorer - Turtle Wax

Rob ......
11-07-2012 05:00 AM
jp2611 IDK the difference but used Back to Black for years on the TJ....maybe it has to do with the size of the flares/ fenders.....on the the wife's JK I use turtle wax ICE it lasts well and than don't need to worry about having something else for the rest of the Jeep
11-07-2012 04:33 AM
robskully
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Originally Posted by eandelee View Post
Lots of good stuff to try...

I got some Mother's Back to Black today. Before I try it out, any thoughts on that stuff?
Bring it back and get your money back !
I tried it and I didn't like the out come.
Didn't last and rain made a chalky run thru it.
Rob .....
11-07-2012 12:18 AM
backwards
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Originally Posted by silversport View Post
aerospace 303?
x2
11-07-2012 12:16 AM
Lusus_Naturae Since it's new you should look at Uv protectants, once it getys worn in and starts to fade then you can try Forever Black. I put this stuff on my TJ's fenders 2 years ago and it just started to show wear/fade this year. It goes on like edge dressing btw.

Products - Forever Black Car Care Products
11-06-2012 08:43 PM
eandelee Lots of good stuff to try...

I got some Mother's Back to Black today. Before I try it out, any thoughts on that stuff?
11-06-2012 07:06 PM
steed77 Huge fan of this stuff...

11-06-2012 06:55 PM
Blackened
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Originally Posted by eandelee View Post
Never heard of that...where do they sell it?



303 Aerospace Protectant
11-06-2012 10:10 AM
robskully
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Originally Posted by ohioviper View Post
Peanut cooking oil.
Aren't you afraid of getting sued because you drove by
someone walking along that is allergic to peanuts
Rob .....
11-06-2012 04:59 AM
RB-10rubicon If its new use 303 it has uv blockers in it.. My 2010 trim still looks new just apply like once a month
11-06-2012 04:34 AM
ohioviper Peanut cooking oil.
11-06-2012 02:14 AM
Braveheart12JK 303 and Vinylex by Lexol seem to be the two most popular. I haven't tried the 303 yet, but I love the Vinylex. It's good for all rubber and plastic trim!
11-06-2012 12:45 AM
Irishbaja
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Originally Posted by eandelee

Never heard of that...where do they sell it?
Do a search for 303 Protectant.
11-05-2012 11:43 PM
eandelee
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Originally Posted by SilverSport View Post
Aerospace 303?

Never heard of that...where do they sell it?
11-05-2012 05:55 PM
Slcbrian
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Originally Posted by Super T View Post
Careful with the magic eraser...I used it on my wife's van and where it hit the paint it left some obvious marks, like it went through the clear coat. Just be careful. I don't know what is in those things, but I will not let them near my new Wranger!
Nothing in them... they are just abrasive, you can probably get some polishing compound and polish the clear coat again with a orbital buffer, depending on how far you went into it..
11-05-2012 04:59 PM
Super T Careful with the magic eraser...I used it on my wife's van and where it hit the paint it left some obvious marks, like it went through the clear coat. Just be careful. I don't know what is in those things, but I will not let them near my new Wranger!
11-05-2012 04:18 PM
SilverSport Aerospace 303?
11-05-2012 02:41 PM
robskully Mr Clean Majic Eraser suppose to work good.
I got some at Walmart but haven't used them yet.
I did try Back To Black but after it rained it left a white calky
streaks. Last time I tried this and it working great so far.
Turtle Wax Premium Grade Trim Restorer

Premium Grade Trim Restorer - Turtle Wax

Rob .....
11-05-2012 01:04 PM
2five22 I use Meguiar's Back to Black on my '13 JKU.
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