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#1 (permalink) Old 06-04-2004, 02:00 AM
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I've used this crap and its worth it if you have slight aging on most of your "black"
but my question is... can i reapint all my black moldings myself? its easy to get them off their...but how would i repaint it?
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You may want to try Forever Black, I've heard good things about it and I'm gonna be ordering some and trying it out on my car soon. Its a dye that supposively doesn't stay on other parts of your car but the plastic. It seems easier then respraying everything. Maybe that may help.

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There's another product "Black again" that you SHOULDN'T use if you're really close to repainting your vinyl.

It's a clear liquid (so it's definitely not adding color) that works "okay" on plastic/vinyl and gets them darker/shinier but doesn't seem to last that long and needs to applied regularly (as the instructions state).

I bought a bottle and have been using it regularly as a treament on my black trim and tires, too. It gives a nice sheen but if your material is oxidized badly it won't do anything. If your trim is in fairly good shape it seems to work.

I will try Forever Black next time for treating the more oxidized areas.

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