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Old 07-29-2021, 04:14 PM   #1
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Back to black

Iíve used a bunch, what do you use to get your black trim back to black that lasts? Iíve seen this stuff you just spray on? What say you?
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303. Spray on, wipe off. Repeat as needed.
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303 is our go to as well. UV Protection without the petroleum distillates, which will break down plastics and rubber.
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303 is our go to as well. UV Protection without the petroleum distillates, which will break down plastics and rubber.

X2. Use 303 Protectant on all sorts of things. The make a great fabric protectant product too.
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I've tried the Back to Black by Mothers which lasts a week or so, but found Turtle Wax Trim Restorer is very oily and lasts for several weeks. Wipe it on and then wipe off the excess. I find it will collect some dust/dirt until you wash your coach or car the first time.

https://www.amazon.com/Turtle-Wax-T-...88772624&psc=1
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If using it on plastic, like AC covers, try Meguiars in the black bottle. It's lots better than Mothers.
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