Grey Plastic Bumper...

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  1. Destination Unknown

    Destination Unknown Funster

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    What is on the market which would clean and recolour the plastic Grey type bumpers which have faded and lost there sheen.

    Have seen kits which will redye black bumpers but unsure of Grey kits.
     
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    There are a few products you might try, it really depends on what has caused the fade. There used to be a product called "back to black" ignore the name, it isn't a colouring product, it simply makes bumpers shiny. I think it still exists. Alternatively, autoglym do a brilliant product for exterior plastic, that cures plastic fade. Sadly I am having C.R.A.F.T moment, and the name escapes me!
     
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    If it just looks 'dull' quick cheap and easy way is clean it with an oily rag.

    Wont be a permanent cure but it does make it look better

    Peter
     
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    Autglym bumper restore gel works well on our Landrovers bumpers just wipe it on with a cloth.
     
  5. Destination Unknown

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    Thanks
    Will not know how faded it is until November as its in Taz..
    Just need to know what is worth getting when there to brighten it up.
     
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