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I remember a thread a bit back about some top of the line product some of you are using to help restore their non painted fenders. Armor wears off too fast. My fenders, door handles and hood latches are fading fast.
 

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I LOVE Mothers Back to Black. Makes them looks really good, without being overly shiny. You might have to wash them with a plastic brush first to make sure you get all the water and mud spots off. Just make sure they are as clean as absolutely possible before you put the Back to Black on, so you don't seal the dirt underneath.
 

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I was a big fan of turtle wax ice. It seems they have changed the formula with the new packaging. It stills works good on the paint, but now seems to leave some residue on the plastic.
 

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What are you putting on your fenders?

My neighbor, she is newly divorced and totally loves my TJ. Think I'll take her out muddding this weekend, maybe get a few pics of her in a bikini sitting on the fender!!! Lol.
 

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What Dr Evil Said, 303, buy it in the gallon size to save money, I use it on my cars, Kayaks and my hulls look new.
 

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Can you post them here!

What are you putting on your fenders?

My neighbor, she is newly divorced and totally loves my TJ. Think I'll take her out muddding this weekend, maybe get a few pics of her in a bikini sitting on the fender!!! Lol.
 

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Can you post them here!
Working on it as we speak, she's a little drunk and keeps sliding off!!! LOL, She wants to pose on the hood. Aint nothin' like a muddy chick in a bikini, sittin' on the hood of a TJ. I'll try getting those pics @!!!!
 

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Working on it as we speak, she's a little drunk and keeps sliding off!!! LOL, She wants to pose on the hood. Aint nothin' like a muddy chick in a bikini, sittin' on the hood of a TJ. I'll try getting those pics @!!!!
Pics or it didn't happen... :D
 

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I used that Wipe New product. I thought it was a gimmick but it really works. It's been on about a month now and my old faded fenders look brand new and water/mud beads right off of them.
 

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I LOVE Mothers Back to Black. Makes them looks really good, without being overly shiny. You might have to wash them with a plastic brush first to make sure you get all the water and mud spots off. Just make sure they are as clean as absolutely possible before you put the Back to Black on, so you don't seal the dirt underneath.
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Tire shine works excellent!
 

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I have used all the above except tire shine. I like Back to Black & 303 protectant a lot. However, Dave (NFRs2000NYC) turned me on to Vinylex by LEXOL. This is what I use now and like it best. My .02 :thumb:
 

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I just used a pressure washer on my wife's 09 jk fenders and they look new now. It took the remnants of years of failed products that were in all of the dimples of the fenders and made what I thought was fade go away.

It even took the wax spots off that I have been trying to remove for years.

As for bumpers.... They were replaced.
You can find new take offs all over eBay for $100-$150.
 
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