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If you own a vehicle with black plastic trim, rear view mirrors, rubber seals etc., this is a must have product. I just discovered it while searching for something to restore the black trim on my 2000 Isuzu Rodeo. The plastic, including the rear view mirrors, splash guards etc. were all faded grey, splotchy, and just contributed to the "old" look of the car. After watching a few hours of YouTube videos on "how-to-detail a car," Solution Black Trim restorer kept popping up in video after video.
I found it on Amazon and thousands of reviews were all 4.5 out of 5 stars. So I bought it. Yes, it's expensive. You can get a one ounce bottle for $11, but I have two cars so I bought the 12 ounce bottle based on the reviews alone. It will last me the lifetime of both cars I'm sure. It only takes a few drops to restore anything on your car. The deep color is absorbed into the plastic. It doesn't just rest on top. It's not shiny (although a version of shiny is available if you want.) It's a flat, deep, rich black. Rub it on with a special detail sponge if you want, but a makeup sponge works best. They're cheap, reach into tight spaces, don't take up much room in your vehicle, and don't soak up the solution like a towel will. I've applied it with both paper towels and a microfiber towel so lots of things work - including special "detailing" sponges. Whatever you use will stain though - so don't use a microfiber towel you want to reuse elsewhere.
("Detailing" a car means cleaning, and either restoring or exceeding the original condition of the surface of the car's finish (usually a paint with a glossy finish), chrome trim, windows, wheels, and tires, as well as other visible components on a vehicle's exterior, and/or interior cleaning of the carpet, upholstery, dashboard etc. Prices run from $50 to $250 depending on what, and how much you want done.)