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What do you use for rubber and plastic trim? How long does it last??. This has been discussed before but I was looking on the net and found Forever Black. It looks like it lasts a long time. Anyone used it? I am looking for long term effect. I hate doing it weekly.

I bought Back to Black by Mothers yesterday and I am very impressed. I have no clue on the durability but it sure made for a nice Engine bay, and the window trim looks better than anything I have used thus far. It started raining about half way through so please dont give me one of these.
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I will get back to it so.....
 

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Adams VRT (Vinyl, Rubber and Tire)
Last a couple of weeks, on tires and trim, a lot longer on interior. It is flat, not glossy, and doesn't attract dirt.
 

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before I painted my car, I used Back to Black on my C-Pillars and it was unimpressive. It didnt even last between washes. If you're using it for engine bay trim, you might get better results, but on the exterior it's just a temporary fix.
 

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it lasted maybe 3 weeks ,,, I finally has a chance to wash it yesterday and had to do it again
 

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It just rained here. I noticed it was coming off already. What a rip. I looks good to start though. :redface:
gazetowardthesky said:
before I painted my car, I used Back to Black on my C-Pillars and it was unimpressive. It didnt even last between washes. If you're using it for engine bay trim, you might get better results, but on the exterior it's just a temporary fix.
 

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I used it on the commuter and it's lasting fine, even through the last rainstorm we've had.

Did you "Shake Well" before use? ;)
 
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