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    McKee`s37 Plastic Trim Restorer

    As some of you will remember, I had a `restoration` to be completed on a 1976 Alfa Romeo. The trim/mirrors/bumpers/etc were original and showing, well, shall we say, a little bit of age. LOL. They were hammered, beat, horrible!

    I waterless washed the areas first, then did a wipe down with N914 in paint prep ratio. I then applied the trim restorer. After the initial application I was blown away, it looked so much better. I applied it heavy. Let it dry for a few hours and hit it again. I allowed it dry/set over night and hit them with a 3rd and final coat. A MAJOR difference in the appearance of these areas.

    The owner was shocked!

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    Re: McKee`s37 Plastic Trim Restorer

    WOW! Scott - how does this compare to say Solution Finish? Looking for longevity, feel and grip/slickness (to be used on side steps where people step on wet surfaces).
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    Re: McKee`s37 Plastic Trim Restorer

    ^^^I`ve used both. I felt this was easier to use, and less chance of `staining` like you could have with SF sometimes. (adjoining finishes/etc)

    It didn`t feel slick/slippery to me.

    As far as longevity, I won`t be able to tell ya that, this is kept inside and used very little!
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    Re: McKee`s37 Plastic Trim Restorer

    Nicley done up Mr Sizzle as well as your great work
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    Re: McKee`s37 Plastic Trim Restorer

    Nicely done! I agree that this is a bit easier to use but SF seems to last a bit longer and can be coated over. I Honestly haven`t tried coating over the Mckees trim restorer.
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    Re: McKee`s37 Plastic Trim Restorer

    Nice Scott!

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    Re: McKee`s37 Plastic Trim Restorer

    I`ve ordered this and used it on both Ford vehicles. It worked better on my `13 Taurus than on the 07 Expedition but I have several applications of SF on the EXPY that may be part of the difference.
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    Re: McKee`s37 Plastic Trim Restorer

    I really like the product and it has held up pretty well for me so far. All plastics are different and some take to these products better than others, but I`ve found it works well on a pretty wide range of surfaces.

 

 

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