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  1. 1999 newly acquired CRV restore

    Greetings & Introductions
    Hello everyone! So I got this low milage 1999 CRV and have been restoring back to its prime- as the previous owner didn’t take care of anything on it other than mechanically (thank goodness!). And I’m nearly finished having used this forum for lots of things! Just need a few accessories and...
  2. How to Clean & Restore Windscreen Washer Bottle.

    Do-It-Yourself / Mods
    The strip down has commenced, and bits and pieces are being taken away for cleaning and restoration. First - the washer bottle. How filthy? Inside the bottle was grubby, with a black/green band of what had once been slime but was now like a layer of baked on paint! Cleaning options tried...
  3. Window trim(on bottom of the windows) "restore"

    So on my 2000, the trim on the bottom of the windows is pretty much all flaked off exposing the silver/chrome color underneath it. I was looking to restore it once it gets warm out and was wondering if anybody could recommend a good spraypaint to use. Also, any tips on doing would be much...
  4. Restore interior door handle plastic / rubber that is wearing and perished?

    Gen 2: 2002-2006 (UK 2002-2007) CR-V
    Hi new member to this forum, but I have been reading it as a guest for some time now. I have just gotten a used 2002 gen2 Honda CRV Sport in Silver with fabric interior and all the interior handles and trimmings are black plastic / vinyl / rubber. The issue is the driver and passenger door...
  5. headlight restore

    tried a couple of different products to clean up haze on headlights on my 04 and it helped some but they still look like Fido's ass. Any body had any luck or know a good aftermarket replacement?
  6. Hands Down: best way to restore Gen1/Gen2 bumpers/trim

    I've been getting sick and tired of my "greyish-blackish" bumpers on my bright red CR-V, and when I was strolling through Lowes, I found a product called Rustoleum Trim & Bumper Paint. It's a typical 11 oz. Spray paint can, but it truly did...