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Hi Guys

after using black trim restorer ( not able to do it yet as guess what..... in the UK it's raining :( ). and leaving to dry for correct amount of hours with no moisture which product is better to protect it after as like a sealant on top? Adams H20 G & G or Adams VRT

:bow:

Thanks for any replies 

 

Colin 

hope you've all got sun today 

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I think I saw on Instagram where Adams stated the trim coating could be used on top of the trim restore. But I don’t know if anyone has tried that. I certainly haven’t. I think that would be the correct protection for it. The VRT might also work to top it and provide more longevity. I would definitely like to know the answer to the question you are asking.

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H2O G&G will last longer than VRT will on your trim.  Either product can be used on top of the Trim Restorer.  If you have the time to let it cure properly before getting wet, the Ceramic Trim Coating would give the longest protection.

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I love G&G on trim, it keeps it looking good much longer than VRT and eliminates the extra step of separately dressing the trim.  Trim Coating would last even longer than that, but its application is more involved than the wicked-easy G&G.

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