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    Blackfire Interior Protectant (review & other product comparisons)

    I apologize ahead of time for not getting the best pictures for this review.

    I wanted to try out Blackfire Interior Protectant for the 1st time.

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    I recently about 1 week ago used Meguiars Supreme Shine on my dashboard.


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    So I thought hmm let's try the Blackfire Interior Protectant on the rear deck. It is a product that's usually used on my dashboard and similar material in my car. So I am very familiar with what this product does. The only other protectant used on my dashboard was Wolfgang Vinyl & Rubber Protectant the first time I got my car. BTW I am a big fan of that product, it was just a little too pricey for me at the time.

    In addition, I have also used Poorboys Trim Restorer (solid product - especially for damage control) on a customer's car. Versatile too! This was in part to accident on this person's dashboard (got a little messy with the wrong APC).

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    All in all it isn't quite as shiny a little more matte than the Meguiars or Wolfgang product even though I like the look of it. I have never been disappointed with Blackfire so far and wouldn't see myself regretfully using this product.

    Just from researching on the forums and talking with people my feeling going into this review is the Blackfire Interior Protectant main edge was in durability over time. So I do plan on following up on this review over time.

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    Re: Blackfire Interior Protectant (review & other product comparisons)

    Nice. It's a good protectant. I got 1 month out of it.

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    Re: Blackfire Interior Protectant (review & other product comparisons)

    This is a update of the product a week later. The product can still be seen going strong. Blackfire Interior Protectant (review & other product comparisons)-20150809_175915-jpg

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