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ScottyBoy

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Showed the Burban some love today with the Super VRT after I washed it. Here is the bumper plastic, looking chalky.
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Now add some Super VRT ..........
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And the end results.
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ScottyBoy

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And a shot of the front bumper plastic partially treated. Its a night and day change.
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ScottyBoy

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Yeah, the sun has really taken a toll on the black plastics. If they aren't treated with VRT then they look really chalky looking. I have to re-apply it at least every two weeks or it starts looking bad again. Its been about a month since I last treated the plastics before today. I would like to eventually just get a painted front bumper cap and get rid of the black textured one.
 

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Mine came in yesterday, now I just need some time to use it:lol:

Looks great Scotty!
 

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