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Old October 11th, 2009, 09:50 AM   #1
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Used this product on some severly sunfaded body panels and brought em back to black! Just rub it on, coats right over most anything.. undercoating and truckbedliner as well.. to bring em real black and nice looking. I wouldn't use this to make your Boggers shine..

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Old October 11th, 2009, 09:59 AM   #2
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That stuff sucks, looks like somebody spooged canola oil on your crap, lasts for about a day or two. Meguiars trim detailer works better.
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Old October 11th, 2009, 11:15 AM   #3
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That stuff sucks, looks like somebody spooged canola oil on your crap, lasts for about a day or two. Meguiars trim detailer works better.
worked for my app
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Old October 11th, 2009, 10:39 PM   #4
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ive used it as well. It works good but as stated does fade after some time
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0/5, look up forever black. Its more of a dye. Its turned white flares back to showroom black.
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Be careful what plastic you use this on. The rubber type trim pieces it works well, but the rough looking hard plastic turns white with this stuff.
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Old October 13th, 2009, 04:25 PM   #7
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0/5, look up forever black. Its more of a dye. Its turned white flares back to showroom black.
you got no results from this product? If i gave it 5 stars and you say 0 then maybe you used it wrong..or wrong material..and not buying Forever Black..this product worked for my truck. I would give this a 4 now, faded just alittle bit but i didnt rub it on heavily. A 2nd coat is what i plan on doing.

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I dunno, I used it on XJ flares, door handles, bumper ends, and it didn't bring it back to black. Helped for sure, but a few days later about 25% of the fade had returned. Just an opinion, but this other stuff works better having used both.
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I dunno, I used it on XJ flares, door handles, bumper ends, and it didn't bring it back to black. Helped for sure, but a few days later about 25% of the fade had returned. Just an opinion, but this other stuff works better having used both.
i will keep the options open and see what happens after the 2nd coat of the stuff i got, thx for the input.
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trans fluid makes flares and bumper ends look like new, for a few days. then slowly back to where it was.
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Your moms dating a black guy again? i didnt read any of the posts, just the title.
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