Make your cleaning rigs Sparkle, Shimmer & Shine

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Mikey P got me hooked on this stuff a few years ago.

Trim Shine...

Today I was doing a little detailing on the rig as I'm heading up to a large state job today out in the woods.

Thought I would make a video since I really love this stuff.

It also works great on all Plastics and metals.....

multi sprayer plastic or even some of your restoration equipment such as air movers and dehumidifiers this will work really great to restorer the plastic.

I prefer the spray can version best


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Mikey P got me hooked on this stuff a few years ago.

Trim Shine...

Today I was doing a little detailing on the rig as I'm heading up to a large state job today out in the woods.

Thought I would make a video since I really love this stuff.

It also works great on all Plastics and metals.....

multi sprayer plastic or even some of your restoration equipment such as air movers and dehumidifiers this will work really great to restorer the plastic.

I prefer the spray can version best


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I was about to replace the front plastic grill to my van and the headlight trimming. They look pretty weather worn. I’ll try a can of that stuff and see how it works.
How long do you think it will last before a second coat? Is it rain proof?
 
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I was about to replace the front plastic grill to my van and the headlight trimming. They look pretty weather worn. I’ll try a can of that stuff and see how it works.
How long do you think it will last before a second coat? Is it rain proof?
It has lasted quite a while for us.

Pretty easy to use.

Just found out after doing this video that Simoniz might have something up their sleeve for us also... (they own Harvard Chemical now)

Waiting to see what they have and maybe better :rockon:
 
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Pep boys has the stoners for $5 a can

Tried it today. My front grey grill has turned almost a pail white from the sun and heat and oxidation. Worked ok but it’s too far gone. However it Worked great on other trim parts. Guess I need to go with a shiner that is more geared to black trim?

Over all not a bad product to use. Lots of potential to restore all plastics and vinyl.
 
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Mikey P got me hooked on this stuff a few years ago.

Trim Shine...

Today I was doing a little detailing on the rig as I'm heading up to a large state job today out in the woods.

Thought I would make a video since I really love this stuff.

It also works great on all Plastics and metals.....

multi sprayer plastic or even some of your restoration equipment such as air movers and dehumidifiers this will work really great to restorer the plastic.

I prefer the spray can version best


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Just ordered a case of trim shine should last until I retire thanks mark and mike I will try to be less disgraceful
 
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