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Product: Adams Ceramic Black Trim Restorer Description: I picked this up at the local cars and coffee at the Anaheim location. I had a front cowl that I picked up at a local salvage yard that I ended up using as it is a two piece design rather than a one piece design. It is a better design and allows for easier replacement of the cabin filter. This ceramic trim restorer does two things with one product. It restores using the black dye while offering protection of a ceramic coating. The trim piece was cleaned a
My dodge suffers from milky looking trim being faded and white. I purchased the ceramic kit a few weeks ago, and was super excited to see the black trim restorer. I have not applied the ceramic trim kit yet, and after learning these two products could be layered I jumped right in. I have washed my trim after removing it, cleaned with tire/rubber, coating prep and have applied the black trim restorer. I was very impressed with the color change so far. My next step after curing for 24 hours is to apply the ceramic trim coating. Application of the trim restorer is easy enough. The actual applicat
I'm considering the Trim Restorer but have some questions first. Will it work for dark grey trim (e.g., Xterra), and if so, what effects will it have? Will the trim still be grey, or could it take on an even darker color...black?...because this is "black" trim restorer?
My dad's truck was my first test of Adam's Trim Restorer and it worked great! However, he has now decided that he wants me to polish the paint a little and I was wondering how the Trim Restorer will act with masking tape (blue). It was applied this past Saturday (03/10/18) so it has had plenty of time to cure.