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    Best bang for the buck trim restorer available?

    Is McKee plastic trim restorer the best bang for the buck trim restorer? Iím looking for something solvent based. I use Perl now. But it washes off too quickly for me.

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    Re: Best bang for the buck trim restorer available?

    It is. Very good product.
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    Re: Best bang for the buck trim restorer available?

    I've used the one from 303, VERY good product, free shipping over $35.00 through their parent company, Gold Eagle, if your not placing a large order here at AG and your in a pinchBest bang for the buck trim restorer available?

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    Re: Best bang for the buck trim restorer available?

    It is a good product. Better than 303 in the regard that 303 trim protectant is streaky on smooth trim.

    Solution finish would be the the trim restorer to go with if the trim needs restoration. You can use CarPro Perl on top of it as well.

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    Re: Best bang for the buck trim restorer available?

    If the trim is faded and in need of restoration Solution Finish does a great job of restoring the color. Wolfgang Exterior Trim Sealant does a good job on just about any type trim and will not wash off quickly. It can be used over Solution Finish to add projection and prevent future fading.

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    Re: Best bang for the buck trim restorer available?

    Quote Originally Posted by Success View Post
    I’m looking for something solvent based.
    •Unless I am mistaken:
    -Meguiar's Ultimate Black Plastic Restorer
    is petroleum-based.



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    Re: Best bang for the buck trim restorer available?

    Quote Originally Posted by FUNX650 View Post
    ēUnless I am mistaken:
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    is petroleum-based.



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    Is that different than ultimate black?

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    Re: Best bang for the buck trim restorer available?

    Is the trim faded badly? If so, Solution Finish. If it's just slight then use GYEON Q2 Trim. It will darken it up and keep it protected for a long while.

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    Re: Best bang for the buck trim restorer available?

    Quote Originally Posted by TTQ B4U View Post
    Is the trim faded badly? If so, Solution Finish. If it's just slight then use GYEON Q2 Trim. It will darken it up and keep it protected for a long while.

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    Itís not faded badly.

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    Re: Best bang for the buck trim restorer available?

    I can't compare it to anything else, but I have been thrilled with the results I've gotten with Mckee's. I purchased Solution Finish for if the McKee's doesn't do the trick, and the bottle is unopened.

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