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    Dirty ass black plastic

    Anyone have a good way to get all the spots off the black plastic fenders and bumpers? Or a way to protect it so it washes off better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by darrenroos View Post
    Niiiice thanks

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    I've had good luck with ArmorAll stuff but it takes some elbow grease to scrub it in and it doesn't last that long, maybe a few months.

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    I've used croftgate trim restorer. Works well. It's expensive but it doesn't take that much per use.
    https://croftgateusa.com/croftgateus.../trim-restorer

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    If its dirty and faded pick up a jug of super clean and dilute 10 to 1. Clean the fenders thoroughly and get a bottle of solution finish. I use this stuff all the time, it breaks down oxidation and the dye penetrates the plastic for longer durability. 20180728_143329.jpeg20180728_071121.jpeg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westsidejeeper View Post
    Anyone have a good way to get all the spots off the black plastic fenders and bumpers? Or a way to protect it so it washes off better?

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    Upgrade your fenders to body color fenders.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JP223/3USA View Post
    Upgrade your fenders to body color fenders.


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    Naah....dont like that

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    Back to black or armor all


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    I used "wipe new" mentioned above, it made my faded 2012 jk fenders look new again. Nothing else came close - its pushing 2 years and still looks great.

    It's potent though, make sure youre outside and up wind.

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