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    chris-p
    Canada Member - 1 Year
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    #7723

    I have found that "Mothers Back To Black" works well to restore the faded and dingy trims like cowl trim, etc…

    Makes it look almost like new. This was one coat, I did it a second time and it really shined. Pictures don’t really do it justice. This trim was in terrible shape.


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    wbeaton
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    #62089

    I’ve used it for years on rubber parts. It doesn’t hold up well in the elements so it needs frequent reapplication if the motor is well used.

    Wayne
    Upper Canada Chapter

    uccaomci.com

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