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If you own a Ford Ranger, Ford Raptor, Holden Colorado, Toyota Hilux, Mitsubishi Triton etc chances are you may have wanted to give it that tough truck look and added some fender flares to it. These look great and give a nice wide arch to fit some wheels/tyres under, however after a few months exposure to the harsh Australian sun they start to fade and the UV damages the finish. The finish of the flares can then look grey, dull, streaky and really doesn’t do justice to the rest of your ute.
First off, regular washing is always good practice, this will stop mould and other contaminants building up in the textured surface of the flares.
Give your flares a though wash with with your regular car wash to ensure all dirt has been removed, then dry them off. Once you are satisfied all the dirt has been removed and they are nice and dry you are ready to apply the Trim Serum.
A little goes a long way, so there is no need to over apply or saturate the applicator.
Pour a small amount of Lithium Trim Serum onto a clean foam applicator (or microfibre towel). Massage the Trim Serum into the surface of the flares in a circular motion or crosshatch pattern to ensure even coverage. Using another clean microfibre cloth, wipe the surface dry.
For surfaces that are really weathered, allow the Trim Serum to remain for several minutes before wiping dry.
The reason Trim Serum works so well on fender flares and plastics is that it is a highly concentrated formula that penetrates deep into the pores of the polymers, instantly transforming weathered and oxidised plastic and restoring to a factory fresh finish.
No trim restorer will last for forever, or even years. Lithium Trim Serum trim protectant and restorer will make plastics look new again and will reasonably last for several months. If you apply Trim Serum every few months, the surface will remain healthy and as well protected as possible from UV rays.
Snorkels, side steps, tray liners, tonneau covers etc, basically any external surface of your ute that is made of a similar polymer material that is exposed to the elements and harsh UV rays.