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Old 04-10-2009, 11:08 AM   #1
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Location: Toronto
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Black Chrome

Recently I had to have my car appraised for the insurance co. The appraiser mentioned there was some stuff I could buy to rejuvenate my rubber/plastic black trim.

I didn't realized how tired mine looked. I remembered having something called black chrome I bought years ago.

Gave it a try and the results were amazing. For the really dried out areas the plastic seemed to absorb this stuff. So I put it on thick and let it sit for a while. Turned out pretty good I think.

Sorry bout the pic size. Have no idea how to change that.
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