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Old 21-08-14, 04:11 PM   #1
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anyone tried this method?? And what were the results ??

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Nope - but I can swear by Forever Black.

Heard of very mixed results using the heat gun method, most were patchy results over the following months.

I did a faded 90's corsas trim (we all know how grey they go) with Forever Black. 3 years later when she sold it they were still like the day I did them.
Well worth the 10 it cost at the time.
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Old 21-08-14, 05:16 PM   #3
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chap on detailingworld swears by this stuff:

Plasticare Trim Dye BLACK Plastic / Rubber Bumper Paint | eBay

Hell of a transformation on his 205.
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Having had many VWs over 45 years off driving I have tried heat gun, Boiled Linseed Oil, back to black and many other market things .At the moment I have been using Autofinesse Revive or Juvinate for black trim and rubbers .Peter
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