Bumper & Trim Gel

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A rich gel that instantly transforms and protects all exterior unpainted plastic and rubber surfaces, returning them to their original deep colour.

The unpainted external plastic and rubber surfaces on your car can fade over time from a deep black to a washed out grey. Bumper & Trim Gel restores the original colour and leaves a glossy water repellent film. 

The gel does not contain colouring or dye so can be used to restore all unpainted plastics to their original colour.

Use on external plastics, vinyl and rubber, including moulded plastic bumpers, grilles, mirror cases, mouldings, wheel arch trims, door handles, vinyl roofs, rubber bumpers, spoilers and mud flaps.

Pro Tip: Bumper & Trim Gel can also be used on rubber door seals in winter to prevent sticking in freezing weather.

How to use this product

How to use:

1. Shake well and apply to a dry, clean surface using a Perfect Polish Applicator.

2. Rub firmly to ensure an even coating. To treat complex grilles, apply using a small paintbrush.

3. Buff any excess away with a clean microfibre cloth to prevent runs in wet weather. Bumper & Trim Gel will not damage paintwork; simply wipe off any excess with a cloth.

Do not apply to motorcycle driver controls or tyres.

 

FAQ's

Q: Can I use Bumper and Trim Gel to renovate unpainted bumpers and outside trims?
A: Bumper & Trim Gel can be used to rejuvenate all external unpainted plastic and rubber trim however it is a dressing and so would not be a permanent fix.

Q: Can I apply Bumper and Trim Gel to a vinyl soft top roof?
A: Absolutely. If your soft top is vinyl you can use Bumper and Trim Gel to dress and protect the surface. If you have a fabric effect vinyl roof use Convertible Soft Top Clean and Protect Kit instead.

Q: Does Bumper and Trim Gel contain silicone?
A: Bumper and Trim Gel does contain silicone. 

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