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Old Mar-11-16, 03:20 PM   #41
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That was my experience too. 3m gorilla snot or goop.

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I use black spray paint to keep wheel wells nice an black. Then I use what ever wheel shine I have at the time to spray in their to help keep the extra shine an to be able to spray off any road gunk that piles on easily during the next wash. Then I add more tire shine or I hose it real good an spray paint more black paint.

I do my frame an under carriage on my other truck this way also. Just blast it all with black spray paint keeps it nice an glossy black.


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So does the Adams actually bring back the black color, or is it purely a protectant? I have some liners that are badly faded from UV exposure, and even after rigorous cleaning they just look dull and grey-ish.
Don't know as I haven't used it. Ironically Adam's has a mystery box sale going on right now. There's a thread about it.
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So does the Adams actually bring back the black color, or is it purely a protectant? I have some liners that are badly faded from UV exposure, and even after rigorous cleaning they just look dull and grey-ish.
Temporarly. Just glosses it over.

I think replacing them was the only fix for me.
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If you want to try and save them from that,

Pull.
Get some APC. I'm not a brand whore, so whatever is clever for you. The one I use is at Home Depot, and if you mix yellow and blue, it's kinda simple what color it is.
Get a Brush. Also found at Home Depot in the cleaning aisle. Long or short handled, stiff nylon hair.
Grab a hose. Turn the water on too.

Wet.
Soak in APC.
Shoot more APC down.
Scrub.
Rinse.
Dry.

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