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Old 02-20-2012, 06:48 PM
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Restore your frosted side moldings

I know that there are dedicated products for restoring the black on these parts, but I discovered that the mothers interior protectant, does a really good job at doing this as well.

Not the best picture, but it does the job.

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Re: Restore your frosted side moldings

That looks nice. I always liked to use a heat gun..... Sounds odd but lightly go over them a few times and bam! Looks good as new but then again if you didn't know what you were doing your could melt them
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Re: Restore your frosted side moldings

About for how long does it stay like that, I use tire wet( I know weird) but it only last for a day
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Re: Restore your frosted side moldings

It lasts for about 2-3 weeks. Depending on the weather.
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Re: Restore your frosted side moldings

i need that for my inside parts
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Re: Restore your frosted side moldings

This one is pretty shiny and will need to be wiped off pretty well, after a few days the shininess evens out. Oh well, whatever it takes to keep our wonderful high quality interior looking good.

It isn't too shiny for rubber, just on plastic and vinyl.
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