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Old 05-03-2013, 09:34 AM   #1
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What are the best products to protect those exterior plastic parts. I live in south Florida, and have sun and salt to contend with.
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I was referring to all the black plastic trim....around the windows and mirrors.
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A for the life of me can't remember this product name, but it is in a silver grease like aluminum can at the autostore. It works great on those black plastic. It's like a cotton wool type cloth inside. It was originally used on planes years ago to shine and clean them up. Until it wore down rivet on the planes to where they needed to be fixed. But on black exterior plastics on a car that's not a worry. I'll find out what it's called. I'm telling you good stuff.

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What are the best products to protect those exterior plastic parts. I live in south Florida, and have sun and salt to contend with.
"Wipe New" that stuff as seen on tv... Is good also. Strong and the commercials are true last for a while. That's why the bottle are small..
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