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Unread 05-15-2002, 02:51 PM   #1
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Fender Flare Protectant?

My fender flares are getting really faded, does anyone know of/use some type of protectant? I don't know if Armor-All is good is use in this situation or if there is something better out there.

Thanks in advance (I would use TIA but Hank might just get confused & mad and take me out of TJGirl's Cage [Eek!] )!

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Unread 05-15-2002, 02:54 PM   #2
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quote:
Originally posted by Kev:
My fender flares are getting really faded, does anyone know of/use some type of protectant? I don't know if Armor-All is good is use in this situation or if there is something better out there.

Thanks in advance (I would use TIA but Hank might just get confused & mad and take me out of TJGirl's Cage [Eek!] )!

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Looks great when done and easy to remove the mud when muddy,
and because mine haven't faded yet and it sits in 120* weather during the summer...

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Unread 05-15-2002, 05:02 PM   #3
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I used armour all to and it faded the hell out of my flares. I was down at the wash a dry and a ricer told me to use wood furnisher polish (pledge, etc)not oil based though, ever since then my flares have gotten back there flash.
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I use this stuff called Xymol, its a bit expensive but it works real well, you can also use it on the soft top
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I used a sawzall, I occasionaly buff it w/ rocks and trees. does a really nice job
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I used a sawzall, I occasionaly buff it w/ rocks and trees. does a really nice job

Now that's a pretty bad-*** reply...
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