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    Ultimate Black Plastic Restorer

    Ultimate Black Plastic Restorer



    Product Features:

    • Restores a like-new appearance
    • Simply apply to a clean, dry surface
    • Self-leveling
    • Dries to the touch in minutes
    • Extremely durable - lasts months thru rain & washing



    Part # G16910
    Size: 10 oz
    MSRP: $9.99
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    Re: Ultimate Black Plastic Restorer

    I think I need some of this!

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    Re: Ultimate Black Plastic Restorer

    Interesting.... is this like the liquid version but just in an aerosol? How does it work if overspray gets on your paint? Seems like that could be an issue, interested to hear more about it.
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    Re: Ultimate Black Plastic Restorer

    Yes, this is essentially an aerosol version of Ultimate Black, but the durability is greatly increased. Overspray should be immediately wiped from the paint, but it will come easily if addressed immediately. For larger areas or more complex shapes you might want to mask the paint with a couple widths of masking tape.
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    Re: Ultimate Black Plastic Restorer

    Mike,
    So this would be a replacement for the discontinued "Trim Restorer" aerosol?

    If so, YEAH!

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    Re: Ultimate Black Plastic Restorer

    Quote Originally Posted by RDVT4ME View Post
    Mike,
    So this would be a replacement for the discontinued "Trim Restorer" aerosol?

    If so, YEAH!

    -Bob
    Well, yes and no. It can and should be used on all the same surfaces and obviously it's an aerosol delivery, but the chemistry is totally different and durability here will far surpass the older product. Not even close.
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    Re: Ultimate Black Plastic Restorer

    Does this product need to be wiped down after application? It says self leveling, so I'm guessing if your hand is steady and your aim is good a wipe down would be necessary, correct? Also, would this be safe for running boards? Sometimes products like this leave it somewhat slippery.

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    Re: Ultimate Black Plastic Restorer

    I would still do a final buff as good practice. Plus cleaning up any overspray.

    This is a good product for those hard to reach areas or those vehicles with a lot of trim like an Avalanche or FJ.

    I may pick this up and compare it to D4510 on certain areas like the grilles and engine bay.

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    Re: Ultimate Black Plastic Restorer

    There is no need for a final wipe down and in fact it is not recommended. Just wipe off overspray immediately and you're good to go.
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    Re: Ultimate Black Plastic Restorer

    Unfortunately on my car I have black plastic pieces (maybe 3/4 inch wide) that goes across the entire roof front-to-back. I don't see how I could use this spray w/o making a huge mess and/or wasting a lot of the product. I would have put some plastic sheeting and mask that down to protect a wider area.

    What about spraying to a cloth and wiping? Or is there a more durable form of Ultimate Black (non-aerosal) in the works?

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