You can actually use a heat gun, too. A guy on THIS LINK used to have a write up on it with pics. It does work...and doesn't damage paint or anything else. More of a long term solution possibly? Mine didn't fade before I replaced them with Xenons...but this made sense to me working with plastic in our industry.
Has anyone ever put bedliner stuff on the flares? I was wondering about this when I was doin my tub the other day. I think it would look kinda cool...
'97 TJ Sport....I take care of her and she takes care of me
-3" Full Traction
-33" Kumho MT
-Custom Fabbed Front Bumper
Comin soon-4.10's, 1" BL/MML, Skids
Used Forever Black for a couple years but always had to use half a bottle and had to redo it every month. I chalked that up to living only 12 degrees above the equator and the intense sun. I'm now in SoCal with less intense sun.
Three months ago I painted them with Fusion and can't be happier with the results. Wish I did that sooner.
One note, my kids get in and out of the back by getting on the rear tires so the Fusion paint is scratching but they still look great and the scatches just need a little more Fusion.
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'04 Grand Cherokee
I've had mine Fusioned for 2 years now and they look great. Although I have had to redo them once because I hit a lot of trees and mailboxes when I get to drinkin and carrying on.
__________________ 97 TJ. Full width D60 w/Detroit, Alloys and 5.89 gears. Full width D44 spooled, 60 outers, Warn lockouts. 6" Rock Krawler Gen II LA. 11 gallon cell behind the rear seat. 37" Maxxis Trepador competitions on 17" Stazworks double internals, blazay, blazay.....