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Old 10-12-2013, 10:03 PM   #1
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black detailers?

Hey guys I'm driving a 2002 GT convertible, and I was looking for a good "back to black" detailer for all my black trim like my convertible top and side mirrors, between my hood and windshield ect. I'm looking for the best and longest lasting. Thanks!!
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Mothers Back to Black works pretty well.
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Really? I was seriously in line to check out with that and this guy told me it inky worked for a few weeks.. Maybe he was thinking of a different one?
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I used it on my trucks side mirror because it looked like a dull gray instead of a solid black. After I used it, it looked like the brand new side mirror we just replaced.
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What about the convertible top?
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I love back to black, it doesn't last long so you have to reapply it every other week to keep it show ready, I am very OCD with detail so that's just me. If you don't like having to reapply then it may not be for you.
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