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Old 05-11-2010, 01:38 AM   #1
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As some of you know I just picked up Montana and I am interested in getting the lower plastics looking better. They look a little faded and I put some paste wax on em but it doesnt look great or last long. Any ideas out there to help? I am talking about the lowers all the way around and the bumpers. <see pic>
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Here is a plastic DIE, that will restore faded color, but not shine. Towards the bottom of the page, they have black and gray.

Here is something to give it shine back.
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Mother'* Back-to-Black?
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Mother'* Back-to-Black?
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Thanks guys! Im going to look into the Mother B2B.
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A little goes a long way.
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Gator Back. It'* been used extensively on Avalanche cladding, and I've seen it used on the Montana'* as well. It'* expensive, but it has a good warranty.
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I've always used the mother'* and found it to be the best.
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I went and bought Mothers and it has rained for the last 4 days! The van is going to OHIO this weekend where it will be nice.......I think I might have it done there. Nothing like having to go to another state to get something done.....LOL
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