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    Sounds like a great solution (no pun intended LOL) for my TransAm fender well plastuic, but are there any other less costly fixes? Old fart on social security!!
    Try a heat gun.

    These are the results I was able to get in just a few moments using a heat gun on the plastic trim of an old Toyota 4 Runner. The plastic trim was way beyond faded. Not bad.




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    OK Spaz. So what the heck is Detail Kitty. I googled and all I saw was Cat related. And is the Setec Astronomy what you finally used?

    Rustoleum semi gloss PAINT?
    Yes, Rustoleum spray paint for plastic wheel wells....just an option,but more permanent than most.

    Detail Kitty and Setec Astronomy are forum members here.
    I used Solution Finish topped with Flood Penetrol on the Subura Outbacks plastic cladding.

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    I didn't know Rustoleum has a specific paint for plastic wheelwells. Will check it out, thanks.

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    This is what I used, nothing fancy. Clean them good and wipe down with mineral spirits before spraying.


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    The only Rustoleum I see on their website other then regular spray paint black is undercoating and it is textured.

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