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Clean it with Tire & Rubber Cleaner to remove any oxidation.  From there you can either ceramic coat it for long lasting restoration of color and protection.  Or you can use VRT to remoisturize it.  It'll probably take a few coats to make it look even.  And even then you'll probably still have to reapply it frequently.  That will give you the look you're looking for.

 

Ceramic is probably your best option for the least maintenance and residue.  But know that preparation is EVERYTHING.

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I agree with the comments above

 

I have a 2011 Yukon and I use the VRT on all the black plastics and it looks good, black and non greasy. But last weekend I cleaned the plastics with Tire & Rubber cleaner and then applied VRT and they look even darker and it seems to last longer.

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Hi Paul, our VRT will keep your exterior plastic trim dark and conditioned, and will not leave a greasy or oily film behind. 

 

A more permanent solution would be our Ceramic Trim Coating Kit, which forms a semi-permanent bond on the textured plastic areas that will last upwards of 2 years.

EXACTLY as stated above. Most certainly!

even VRT has done miracles on the worst faded black trim ive ever seen (an OLD corolla, a beaten up VUE)... 

but yes, the coating method will keep it tidy for MUCH longer!

 

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We recently purchased an 06 black Envoy Denali for my kitchen manager to drive.  Before I gave it to her I detailed it, I used the ceramic trim coating on all plastic to revive some of the slight fading.  It worked great, and looks fantastic.  That was a couple months ago and today it was raining and when I walked passed it, the trim was beading like crazy!

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