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    Re: Fixing oxidized Porsche black trim

    I’m case anyone was following along, here is an update.
    Last night my new Griots G9 arrived. While polishing along the Edge of the roof I decided to try the roof rail very lightly. Machine on 3, BOSS yellow perfecting pad with BOSS perfecting cream and holding most of the machine weight off the rail. I made a few quick passes in a section and wiped off then used Gyeon prep and here are the results:



    The first picture shows the polished section in the middle. The far edges of the photo are not polished yet. Pictures are not very good because my overhead lights are causing too much glare but it looks much deeper black now.


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    Re: Fixing oxidized Porsche black trim

    audicoupj- Hey, that`s great! Get it good and protected and you should be all set. Sure glad this worked out OK.

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    Re: Fixing oxidized Porsche black trim

    Great news and results!
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    Re: Fixing oxidized Porsche black trim

    Final results after more polishing, prep wipe and CQ.UK3.0 x 2 and Gliss x1



    And since the before is on page 1




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    Re: Fixing oxidized Porsche black trim

    Back to new!
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    Re: Fixing oxidized Porsche black trim

    audicoupej- Yeah, that looks great now! And I like how that paint color looks too.

 

 
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