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post #76 of 86 (permalink) Old 07-22-2010, 09:45 AM
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thats all you need.
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The new Mother's Back to Black formula kicks the llama's @ss! Not only did it restore my faded/sun damaged/age spotted/weather damaged weather stripping and plastic, it brought it to a showroom shine.

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wd-40 works great..has the same problem

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Glad you like the Mothers Back-to-Black. We do refine our formulas, and the latest of this popular product is thicker and more durable.

Because it nourishes the plastic, multiple applications over time may be necessary. And the surfaces should be clean before you begin, of course. Wipe any excess after you let it penetrate. Maintenance can usually be performed with a trim dressing, but do expect to apply Back-to-Black a few times a year if not more often -- it's good to apply before you wax to avoid polish or wax stains on the trim.

It is safe for paint, which means your painted wiper arms and other trim that is painted flat or matte and difficult or impossible to wax can be cared for with Back-to-Black. Also, should you accidentally slop some on body paint while you're dressing trim, it won't harm your paint -- just clean it off with some instant detailer, IPA or a cleaner wax.

Here's our How-To video that explains the application process...


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Back to black all the way. But the Dish soap/ water bit is really the easiest/ best way to do it as long as you dont slather it on your paint like a goober.
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Thumbs up removing residue on trim

Hey all,
I didn't read all 6 pages of posts and thought I would put my 2 cents in.
Might have been mentioned already. I had this issue and used some magic erasers, 3 bucks. Then some trim restore about 2 or 3 times. Back to normal now =)
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I read this thread back in 04 and still wonder why people would smear peanut
butter on the trim. It's the oil in the peanut butter that's making it look good,
just buy a jug of peanut oil and splash it on a rag.

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Mr. Clean Magic Eraser guys. You will thank me like others have many many times
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Got some wax on the trim around the roof today, an eraser worked well getting it off. But like everyone said it wears down really fast.

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I use brake cleaner and a rag works awesome!

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This --> Mother's Back To Black

Or

This --> Mr. Clean Magic Eraser (DO NOT scrub hard)
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