Interior trim restorers

Discussion in 'Non Technical' started by zx299, Mar 17, 2019.

  1. zx299

    zx299 Well-Known Member

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    There are dozens of trim restorer products on the market that all promise AMAZING results ........ but do any of them actually work ?

    Anyone used any of them, and what were the results & your impressions ?
     
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    beaver southern zeds

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    Aerospace 303 is what I use on just about anything excluding fabric. Its the best for interior plastics rubber seals and cleans glass amazingly well also, I kid you not.
     
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    zx299 Well-Known Member

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    Googled it for a look see .......... there appears to be many varieties of 303 Aerospace (probably just marketing) and they all appear to be described as 'protectant' rather than restorer. I wish to revitalise not preserve

    Which one did you use ?
     
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    beaver southern zeds

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    It is a protectant, but after its used on say a dash or rubber door seals you'll see the difference in appearance right away, with repeated use the surfaces only look better. I've been using 303 for 15 years + the bottles may have changed in appearance.. the liquid inside has not changed.
     
  5. pmac

    pmac Z,, IT'S COMPLICATED!!!!!

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    For all your plastic trim your far better off just repainting it all with a good plastic paint. I did my whole interior including the dash and and it looks brand new.
    Tried many restoration products with zero success.
     

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