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    Tire and trim sealant

    Is this a good product to condition window stripping as well as the plastic right between the windshield and hood of vehicle. On the description it claims not to run off in rain which has happened with other products I have used and is a PITA to clean up.

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    Re: Tire and trim sealant

    Quote Originally Posted by Pimpmobile View Post
    Is this a good product to condition window stripping as well as the plastic right between the windshield and hood of vehicle. On the description it claims not to run off in rain which has happened with other products I have used and is a PITA to clean up.
    What product are you looking at? I use Wolfgang Exterior Trim Sealant (WETS) on black plastics and it works great - no rain run off. The water beads up and rolls off just like rain on sealed paint.

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    Re: Tire and trim sealant

    I was referring to black fire tire and trim

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    Re: Tire and trim sealant

    I haven't tried the BlackFire one but I'd imagine if it's like the other PMBG ones I've tried then it shouldn't streak.

    Hopefully someone that uses it will chim in.

    Is the trim faded at all?
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    Re: Tire and trim sealant

    Quote Originally Posted by Pimpmobile View Post
    Is this a good product to condition window stripping as well as the plastic right between the windshield and hood of vehicle. On the description it claims not to run off in rain which has happened with other products I have used and is a PITA to clean up.
    For me proper cleaning of the trim/tire prior and also wiping off excess with help the run off problem. may need to more cure time before it gets wet.
    Just got me some WETS, but haven't used it yet... reviews on here are great tho!

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