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    It shouldnt set you back more than £7. Bearing in mind I have only just bought a second one and the first one lasted almost two years, so price wise it isnt an issue.
     
     

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    Thats very good value, will pick some up tomorrow on my way home.
     
     

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    as stupid as it sounds have you tried smooth peanut butter it works wonders google it if you dont believe me
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tall_Steve View Post
    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
    Wish it made my shoes as shiny as your engine bay
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrChristopha View Post
    Wish it made my shoes as shiny as your engine bay
    Try building up the polish in layers, then buff really hard
     
     

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    I use AG buper care on all black plastic and works a treat...
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    there is some stuff on ebay called platicare trim dye, its a water like paint that you paint on either with a brush or a sponge etc. Its amazing but dries really quick so only needs to be applied once. Can blacken something up or can just change the colour to black. My old trim on my civic was grey and i turned it black using this stuff once. After that you can just buff it up with and back to black every time you clean it and it dosent lose colour with the sun etc.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Plasticare-Tri...item3a6387daea
     
     

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