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Black trim restorer


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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

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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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Adding a Sealant on top will keep it looking fresh for a while. If you want protection against elements, extreme hydrophobic properties, and long term protection from fading back into oxidation then you need to apply the Ceramic Trim Coating :2thumbs:

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