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Woohoo! Another Mother's review!

Words From Mother's:
As your ride’s exterior ages, rubber, plastic and vinyl exterior hardware of all colors will dry, crack, flake and deteriorate. This oxidation can be stopped and reversed with Mothers® Back-to-Black®, our favorite auto-care concoction. This trim treatment is great for all sorts of exterior hardware in all colors — bumpers, molding, louvers, window trim, vents, seals, skirts, door handles, wiper arms — anything that’s plastic, rubber or vinyl. Apply Back-to-Black® to sun-burnt plastic, rubber and vinyl to revive the factory-new sheen, then re-treat that exterior hardware regularly.

Thought's/Tip's/Trick's:
Application goes as follows:

Apply to a MF, or terry cloth towel, spread around, and work into the plastic/trim.
Let dry, then buff off, leaving a nice, glossy finish.

I did like it, but...i still like my AG Vinyl&Trim better.
It doesnt handle rain, or last very long, although it does make plastics water bead EXTREMELY well :eek:

I'd give it about a...7.2/10 with AG being a 9.8/10

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Thanks!

Vince.
 

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I did like it, but...i still like my AG Vinyl&Trim better.
It doesnt handle rain, or last very long, although it does make plastics water bead EXTREMELY well :eek:
You shouldn't be driving in the rain as you have no windshield wipers :tomato




How did it work on the rear window rubber molding? Did you use it there? You should.
 

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Get some Ultima Tire and trim guard Plus..you will never use anything again.
 

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I really like the mothers back to black stuff...
 

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as i said, i liked it, i just prefer my AG trim stuff.
it holds up to the abuse of not having a garage alot better. :p

@Nasty, i better see a reveiw :spank
@X, LOLOLOL YOU'RE SO FUNNY....whore. ;)
@Vader, link me, MEOW. :D
 

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12oz for 36$$.....:eek: NO THANKS. alteast, not right meow. :lmao
 

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12oz of that will do your car 30 times.
 

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I really liked this product for Kind of restoring the honeycomb in the vents and the cowl at the back of the hood. The sundamage was hidden and Back to black made the parts look moredarker.
 

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and it lasts forever you say....? hmm....:potstir
 

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Lol. It will last multiple washes.
 

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i personally did not like the mothers b2b

it was way to glossy for my taste and honestly looked like it had oil rubbed all over it!
 

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I have done 2 coats on my car, all my guns and my camera gear with Ultima trim stuff and it barely looks like I even used any out of the bottle.
 

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well, then after i get some more jobs in, ill get it! :D
is that the best price around?

OH, and some news..
The rich guy who had the Evo MR IX...yeah, shes gone...:( :sorry

and he done went and got a 03 M3...:mad: (i hate bmw's, from personal experience)
 

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dang...Autogeek had it on sale for 21.99 for the longest time..I bought 2 bottles of it for that price.
 

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send me some...:shiftyeyes
 
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