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Old 15-05-2016, 04:14 PM   #1
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Restoring rubber / plastic trim

Had been searching my brain trying to remember this product !
Google finally came to the rescue today (DOH)

WIPE NEW

With all the exterior black plasticy / rubbery bits on our cars this should be the magic solution
we all need to use to make them shine again.

Available off ebay if you're lazy or from Autobarn, Auto 1 & PEP's


Go onto youtube if you don't believe it but daaaaayum it's good
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Old 16-05-2016, 01:27 PM   #2
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Just rang the Australian suppliers of this & got the thumbs up regarding natural rubber, neoprene style moldings, vinyl dashes & trims etc as it is SAFE to use on all of these.

From http://www.wipenewpro.com/wipe-new-original/

Restores and protects from oxidation, fading and sun damage
Provides UV Protection
No Silicone, No Oils, No Mess
Use on dashboards, door panels, leather and vinyl seats and trim
Also use on plastic and rubber bumpers, trim, mirror housings, roof racks, grilles, cowls and more
Non-greasy, no-slip formula is safe to use on steering wheels, running boards and more
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Old 17-05-2016, 11:21 AM   #3
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Went out today & bought some ($39.99 AUD) from Autobarn,
Now to strip off all the protectorant I only applied 2 Sundays ago

Pics to come of before & after BUT there actually wont be a huge difference on my trims as the car's always been garaged & they still are 99.9 % shiny & perfect.
Just want to keep them that way !!

Will be doing the ROLA roof racks 1st as they really do need a shine up
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Old 17-05-2016, 12:35 PM   #4
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The problem is all my gear's in pretty good nick here lol.
I can visually see a good difference but don't know if it'll be picked up by camera ?
Guess you'll have to take my word on it !

Before




After..


Before is the mount on the left - After on the right


mmmmmm.... SHINY

And as I said all my exterior bits are perfect but let's make them even better
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Old 17-05-2016, 01:57 PM   #5
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Okay after a bit more thought I applied a 2nd coat
Should've applied it heavier 1st time !!


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