As I have mentioned in the past, periodic application on unpainted black plastic with Turtle Wax ICE wax works well. It doesn't turn the plastic white after application, either. (You can use it on the rest of the car, too.)
There4 are lots of products that address the cladding -- the best I've used is a newer product -- Blackfire Tire & Trim Sealant. It has made the cladding on my wife's 2014 look new and it has lasted for weeks thru several rainy days and a major snowstorm.
To apply, I washed normally and then an all-purpose cleaner before applying.
Looking for recommendations, idea's. I know there are a few types of covers that you can buy, but I'm wondering if anyone has had any success with refinishing the posts, and what was used, how it was done, etc.
My headlights are starting to looked a bit aged, kinda misty and faded. The halogen bulbs are also looking yellow and not great. What's the best value for money fix, buy a new headlight assembly? HID/Xenon bulb upgrade?
We purchased a 2018 CRV-EXL brand new and, for the past two years have wondered how to properly clean the display. It's loaded with fingerprints and smudges and no matter what I try, it pretty much stays that way. It's almost as if it traps oils from our finger touches.
I noticed that my new, never been wiped by me plexiglass over the speedometer has tons of swirl marks on it. Seems like the way the dash is designed the sun hits it directly in a way that the swirls are an annoyance. The way I see it a brand new car should be new, not pre scratched for your...
I did something stupid on my 2019 EX-L. I was washing the inside of the windshield with paper towels and window cleaner. When I finished, I saw some dust on the plastic that's in front of the speedometer and tried wiping it off with a paper towel. STUPID! The net result is a bunch of very...