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    Autosmart G101 or Megs APC, peanut butter does work apparently but I cant stand the stuff lol....
     
     

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    Yep used engine oil does the trick, it will also make all the black plastic bits under the bonnet nice n shiny and new looking too.
     
     

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    will stuff engine oil not attract dust, flys and all kinds of mess?
     
     

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    autoglym bumper care is also pretty good on black trims imo!
     
     

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    Here... its out of stock but you might find it somewhre else..??
     
     

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    guys...try silicone spray...that will bring up the black trim a treat, also does a good job on all the hoses and plastic items under the bonnet
     
     

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