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Old 03-14-2009, 11:05 PM   #1
ctrent86
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Default Trim Restoration

Earlier today I was detailing a Suburban and gave my first crack at a bump rejuvenation. I used a product Forever Black (link here) and let we say this product works very well.

Here are some side by side pictures. Sorry they aren't the best shots as I was a little pressed for time.




Tips after use: Make sure you have an applicator to evenly spread the product. Also, avoid getting this on chrome/paint. Make sure you mask properly and use the product applicator gingerly. I washed the car twice after application today and the trim still looks brand new.

I will have some more pictures coming up on this detail later tomorrow.
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