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My Eastwood Plastic Resurfacer Review - Don't you just hate it when the external hard plastic on your vehicle fades out so badly that you can't even remember what color it use to be? In this video the plastic looked like ash gray, but the car owner insisted that it used to be a dark BLACK.
Wow, was I shocked that Wipe New did virtually nothing to restore the old color...it just looked a little less ashy gray.
When I sprayed the Eastwood Plastic Resurfacer product on the bumper it immediately turned back to the original black color.
It does take a little more effort and time to use than Wipe New, but seemed to work 100% better on this vehicle.
Please make sure you shake the can WELL, hold can about 8 inches from the surface and tape off any painted surfaces.
I will update this video as time goes on to show the lasting results. Please leave your comments if you have tried either product and let us know how it worked for you.
Sorry, but that bumper was not black when new. Look at the surrounding areas (corners and crevices not exposed to the sun for extended periods), It was a medium grey. The Eastwood product you used that "...reflows the plastic..."(LOL) is simply another bs trick in order to decieve people into buying their $30 spray paint. The only way to actually "Reflow" plastic, would be to re-pour it or reform it in a plastic-injection moulding process...Good grief.
yea um u totally u used wipe new on a painted bumper so of course it wouldn't wipe the bumper to black ive talked to many junkyards auto mechanics and dealerships and they wall say the same when i showed them this video its a PAINTED BUMBER WITH SCRATCHES so it wont work except to darken the paint back to the unfaded paint that was used on the bumber
Hi... I noticed your daughter blinking her eyes a lot and looking down. Just wanted to let you know that my one of my girls used to do the same thing. When I had her eyes checked, it turned out she had little natural protection in her eyes to sun rays and she needs to wear sun glasses with UV and UB protection when she is outside in bright sun. I got her photochromic lenses. She's an adult now... and still wears that type of lens when outside. Bad, permanent damage to the eyes can happen over time if a person has that condition and is not protected.
Myself, I wear photochromic lenses that go dark in bright sunlight.. but perfectly clear indoors.... and protect the eyes from UV and UB rays. But in my case...I'm also near sighted.
Maybe I'm totally wrong... and your girl is perfectly okay with her eyes in the sun. But I just wanted to let you know, just in case. Doesn't hurt to get the children's eyes checked... just to make sure.
Used the Eastwood resurfacer and it really makes it look like new. Just apply in 4-5 thin coats (follow the directions exactly)and you'll be amazed hot well it turns out. If you don't follow the directions you won't get the results (uneven blotchy finish) and it won't be the products fault.
I still don't get it, if it reflows the original plastic there is no reason to add pigment. From this video it looks like spray paint an is an uneven coloring. Try wiping a spot with lacquer thinner to see if the pigment wipes back off.
I worked in the shoe repair industry and people would "think"
a shoe was one color when it wasn't. After a clean and condition the real color would stand out and the customer would blame us for changing the color...fucking people.
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