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    Re: Best bang for the buck trim restorer available?

    Out of all the products I have tried, nothing even comes close to Solution Finish. The stuff might be expensive, but it doesn't do a half-assed job like the other products. You apply it and the trim looks new.

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    Re: Best bang for the buck trim restorer available?

    Quote Originally Posted by Success View Post
    Itís not faded badly.
    then coat it with Q2 TRIM.

    Here's the trim on my wife's car

    Here's a 50/50 shot on a new Mazda. Once done the trim will always look freshly coated. 2nd Image Here

    This BMW was faded and came back perfect.

    This Honda was new when completed but the owner still thanked me for selling him the coating.

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    Re: Best bang for the buck trim restorer available?

    Another vote for the McKee's Plastic Trim Restorer. I have been very happy with the results and it's worked better than anything else I've tried.
    Save the Manuals!!

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    Re: Best bang for the buck trim restorer available?

    Solution Finish no question about it.

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    Re: Best bang for the buck trim restorer available?

    Quote Originally Posted by Desertnate View Post
    Another vote for the McKee's Plastic Trim Restorer. I have been very happy with the results and it's worked better than anything else I've tried.
    I agree for restoration however I feel that it needs some sort of protectant to augment it. It brings back faded trim pretty well in my experience.

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    Re: Best bang for the buck trim restorer available?

    Solution finish is the best I've used...I have 303 and Peal but I would put Griot's trim above both of those

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    Re: Best bang for the buck trim restorer available?

    Quote Originally Posted by Route246 View Post
    I agree for restoration however I feel that it needs some sort of protectant to augment it. It brings back faded trim pretty well in my experience.
    Did you mean this statement about Solution Finish, rather than Mckees? Mckees is a solid protectant.

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