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Author Topic: Refreshing plastic parts  (Read 1120 times)

Offline Ride

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Re: Refreshing plastic parts
« Reply #10 on: Oct 28, 2017, 00:21:05 »
Black kiwi shoe polish in the sponge bottle works great on faded plastics. A detailer told me about this trick.  Did some greyed out bumpers and it lasted a few years.

Offline dray

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Re: Refreshing plastic parts
« Reply #11 on: Jan 01, 2018, 02:17:32 »
I've had some success with cheap unsalted peanut butter. I used it on parts of my car that use black porous looking plastic such as rear view mirror covers, window frames, inside plastic door hamdles, bumpers. I think the oil in peanut butter is compatible in some way.