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    What is the BEST to put vinyl and plastic back to BLACK
    especially the trim around the side mirrors on my 2002 316
    its going white with the sun and age
     
     

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    Have you tried gently heating them up with a hairdryer first, not hot enough to melt anything though!!
     
     

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    Autoglym Vinyl and Rubber care. I use this on everything from exterior black plastic, interior, engine bay to tyres
     
     

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    wow - heating them up is a new one
    and no i havent tried autoglym yet
     
     

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    Try having a word with Mark from Autobrite on the forum, he does some great deals on some cracking products...
     
     

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    Kiwi Black shoe polish buffs up things like vynil & tyres a treat.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by hontoir View Post
    Autoglym Vinyl and Rubber care. I use this on everything from exterior black plastic, interior, engine bay to tyres
    yes use Autoglym vinyl and rubber care .thay do a gel for plastics to just for that prob
    POWER NOT POLISH
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by hontoir View Post
    Autoglym Vinyl and Rubber care. I use this on everything from exterior black plastic, interior, engine bay to tyres
    x2 good stuff
    bill
     
     

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    I use trim wizard from autosmart as we only use autosmart at work and i cant fault it, bit everyone knows autoglym is the best for any products.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gunner1 View Post
    x2 good stuff
    bill
    I have to admit it looks good, how much does it cost, Kiwi cost me 88 pence

    I used a whole tin polishing up my engine bay though
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