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Old 12-10-2007, 10:51 PM
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Something new for all BMW owners!!! fix your fading trim pieces

here is something new BLACK WOW.

We just started carrying it as its a hit in the detailing community. I will be trying it tomorrow and will post pictures of my results.

But for now some product info:

A product conceived by show car detailer, Richard Lin, aka OctaneGuy and formulated by his father, a world reknowned award winning scientist.

Designed for any color exterior plastic such as on the MINI Cooper, Honda Element, Jeep Cherokee, Toyota Tacoma, and others, this gel will restore your trims natural color without use of dyes or colorants and provides a rich, long lasting look (measured in months), proven by the water beading action.

Notes from the inventor:

Creating a product that would restore old faded trim quickly and easily was one challenge. But it wasn't enough to just make a product that improved the look considerably. It had to make the process easier, thus the decision to include cleaners to remove old polish and wax was made. Looking at the competition, another challenge I faced was improving the durability! Manufacturers want you to keep buying product! So developing a super long lasting product isn't in their best interest. So whether it's a car wash, rain storm, or just time, most protectants on the market just don't last very long. As a professional paint polisher, I want my work to look it's best for as long as possible! Finally, Black Wow is super concentrated. You only need enough to "quench" it's thirst.

Directions:
For best results, clean trim before applying Black Wow, and perform the first application just before washing your car. Remember, a little goes a LONG way with BW.

Apply a pea sized amount to the foam applicator pad and massage it into your trim. You will see an instant improvement in darkness and evenness in tone. Continue to spread this out. More is NOT better with Black Wow. Always work with pea sized amounts. The final look should be matte, not glossy and wet. There is no need to let BW dry or cure. Once applied, remove the excess with a towel or proceed to wash the car and using a wash mitt or sponge to wipe down the trim. Dry with a separate towel from the one you use to dry the paint.

CAUTION:
Avoid getting BW on painted areas. BW won't harm your paint, but because of it's durability, it is very persistent and will require extra effort to remove off the paint. Mask adjacent areas with painters tape first if you are concerned.






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Old 12-11-2007, 12:18 AM
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Old 12-11-2007, 12:20 AM
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$24.95 its on the link at the end.
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Old 12-11-2007, 12:20 AM
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and you add your discount code for another 10% off or you stock up and use the holiday code.
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Old 12-11-2007, 12:39 AM
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Is it silicone free? I'd rather avoid the armor all effect if possible.
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pretty much every product that you use by hand has some type of silicon in it. There is good and bad versions. I can assure you this is not Armor all.
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KaiFy, we have an international shipping on our site so please try to use that.
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