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Posts: 496
Registered: July 2007
Location: Ontario


Black Wow Black Wow

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1 12880 Fri April 4, 2008


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100% of reviewers None indicated 10.0


I bought my Basalt Black Cayman S used. The only abuse it took (that I know of) was at the hands of a detailer. The detailer put wax or polish on some of the plastic parts of the car. They got a lot of it off - but it has left a white discoloration on the plastic.

My car is not a garage queen - so it's often got real life on it - but the white stuff on the plastic bugs me.

One of the guys on the site was selling Black Wow a product that would restore the deep black on plastic trim.

The bottle is very small. It contains a gooey orange liquid. You can see in the attached pictures where I had the wax problem. I took a 'sesame seed sized drop' of Black Wow and put it on my microfiber cloth and worked it into the trim.

The substance acts like a 'dressing' - sort of like tire dressing or leather dressing products. It rubs into the plastic and is dry to the touch once you have spread it thin enough. The black plastic is very shiny and very black. The wax that was staining the plastic is no longer visible.

I suspect I will have to redo the treatment every couple of months - but it's very easy to do.
Keywords: Black Wow Plastic Dressing



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Registered: August 2007
Location: DFW TX
Posts: 3909
Review Date: Fri April 4, 2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 10 
Pros: A little goes a long way; does what it says.
Cons: Takes a little elbow grease (very little); not for use on rubber
Have you installed this Product or Mod?: Yes
I used it on my front grill area and windshield wiper cowl, as well as the areas around the outside mirrors.

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