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Old 12-15-2012, 04:37 PM   #1
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Has anyone used this on the chin spoiler?

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I'm gonna try it. I'll post when finished.
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Has anyone used this on the chin spoiler?

I'm gonna try it. I'll post when finished.
I use it on all my black things like chin/side mirrors/black trim around the vert top it's great stuff.
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I use it on all my black things like chin/side mirrors/black trim around the vert top it's great stuff.
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I used it on my rocker mouldings & windshield plastics. Worked for awhile I really need to do it again on my windshield plastics
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Yeah! Back to Black by Mothers! When my husband bought me my PorterCable7424XP
He also bought two entire lines, The California gold and The FX line. While he was shopping he picked me up some B to Blk, it works great, l too used it on my trim, they look great
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Yeah! Back to Black by Mothers! When my husband bought me my PorterCable7424XP
He also bought two entire lines, The California gold and The FX line. While he was shopping he picked me up some B to Blk, it works great, l too used it on my trim, they look great
That porter cable is an awesome tool, I'm looking to get one.
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Sweet I'm gonna do all the plastics really want to sand my mirrors and have them color match
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I use it on my black plastic trim... And it makes it look like new!!!!! Very happy that I tried it!!!
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That porter cable is an awesome tool, I'm looking to get one.
Love mine. I bought mine right before the XP model came out. There isn't much difference except they reduced the vibrations which would make polishing much easier.

Also check out Forever Black. That stuff lasts for years. And on non black trim I use Perm A Shine. Tested it on a friends Honda Element with severely faded trim worked great.
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