Re: [DML] Re-blackening black
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Re: [DML] Re-blackening black

I have found that STP's 'Son of a Gun' works very well on bringing 
plastic back to its origional colour and does not wash off. this 
seems to 'feed' plastic very well and recomend it to all.

Best Wishes

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Rod Dillman <rhdillman@xxxx> wrote:
> I second Phil's opinion of Black Again. I also get it from 
Autogeek. One nice thing about it is that the hotter the surface is 
the easier it is to apply. It brings dull, grayish surfaces back 
to "new" black.  Rod 10921
> ---------
> Phil Priestley <phil@xxxx> wrote:I use something that is called 
Black Again. 
> blackagain1.html When I got my car the black was all a chalky gray 
> and I was sure that I would spend thousands replacing aged trim 
> pieces. I tried this stuff and it works like magic. I apply it 
once a 
> year and each time I use it the trim is in better shape than the 
> year before. I am very happy with it but that's my 2 cents worth. 
> It won't hurt to give it a go.
> Phil Priestley
> Vin 2105
> (503)370-9951
> 1(866)225-7985
> On Jun 27, 2005, at 9:52 AM, Ryan Wright wrote:
> > Thanks all for the responses. I'm going to try the Griots then, 

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