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So I have a 2010 Dodge Charger and the B-pillars are this like dull plastic black. I don't know if they can be polished or if they just need to be coated with some sort of VRT or something. I've tried H2OGG on it before and I didn't really see a long difference. (Long in reference to time) I don't think the spot is supposed to shine, so I'm just wondering if anyone knows any way to enhance it.

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I have gotten good results polishing them.  Take some 4" pads you will not use on paint again, and start with FP and a white pad.  You can move up to CP on an orange pad if least aggressive method doesn't give you the shine you want.

 

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Lol yeah I'm definitely into the modern Mopars. But I do like that polishing idea. That would look great with your black paint. I wish I thought of that with my charger. It was cool vanilla and black.

 

Wow that's interesting. I saw your pic and figured this guy knows something

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WOAH that's something I've never seen...that's really coo, do you think you could have gotten them more reflective with like a compound or no?

 

The process was CP, then FP.  They were not the 'piano black' finish from factory (an MB GL350), so getting them shiny was all I could do.

 

Here are some BMW B pillars, I think it was just FP :

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