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Since my car is a 2004 and got it back in 2003 the balck plastic has seen beeter days. I have tried Mothers Back to Black and it worked alirght. I came across Mequiars Exterior Trim Coating The spray nozzle allowed me to reach every spot of the rear bumper, side vents and up by the bottom of the windshiled. The plastic looks brand new.
Here is what the Mequiars Website says Exterior Trim Coating shines and protects all non-painted plastic, trim and rubber surfaces with an adjustable spray nozzle to minimize overspray. The fast and easy application provides dark, rich, instant shine without leaving behind an oily residue, and helps protect from fading and cracking leaving behind the natural, original look. In one easy step, Exterior Trim Detailer shines and protects all rock guard panels, wheel-wall guards, bumpers, side mirrors, trim, moldings and more. Even works great on interior plastic surfaces. Easily remove any overspray from paint with a Supreme Shine® Microfiber.
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Believe it or not, but I use peanut oil to clean the black plastic, and it looks brand new every time. The oil takes all the crap off the plastic, and its cheap. For the calcium stains, I roll with the vinegar as well.
2008 40th Anniv. Edition RX-8 | Driving it like I stole it.... | Premixing Idemitsu since 128 miles | Plans: RB oil cooler screens, K&N air filter