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Old 04-28-2019, 03:21 PM
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Just bought this Jeep today. I have a ton of car care products BUT what to use on the new molding/trim. I have black wax for the wheels
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Any good plastic protectant should work well. While I have spent money on pricier products like Adam's Black Trim Restorer and such, I always seem to go back to old reliable 303 Aerospace Protectant. Cheap, keeps plastics dark and fresh, and provides a lot of UV protection. It is what I use on all the exterior plastic and moldings on my Z06.
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Thank you, I do have that on hand,
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Any good plastic protectant should work well. While I have spent money on pricier products like Adam's Black Trim Restorer and such, I always seem to go back to old reliable 303 Aerospace Protectant. Cheap, keeps plastics dark and fresh, and provides a lot of UV protection. It is what I use on all the exterior plastic and moldings on my Z06.
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Have you considered Ceramic Trim Coating?
Do it once a year instead of dressings every weekend, makes life much easier taking care of your car.

https://adamspolishes.com/shop/exter...ating-kit.html
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Have you considered Ceramic Trim Coating?
Do it once a year instead of dressings every weekend, makes life much easier taking care of your car.

https://adamspolishes.com/shop/exter...ating-kit.html
Thank you for that information. Like I told the detailer who wanted to ceramic coat my Corvette " I'm 83 years old, i enjoy takeing care of my cars. Detailing them is good therapy. So. I want good products and enjoying using them.
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