Re: Forever Black - New Application - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
It seems to be a lot better, the car has been hand washed with auto soap, 2 to 3 x's and looks like I just did the pillars--perfect. The original ForeverBlack streaked and had a semi-gloss look to it. Plus I applied 4 to 5 coats to remove them. The new "improved" version is more a flat black and seems to cover a heck of a lot better by using a small foam roller--a day and night difference! It makes the pillars, bumpers, etc. look like factory new. Plus, it is 100% thicker than the old, which curtails those deadly drips on the paint--which I know is impossible to get off. The roller is the way to go in my opinion, but it does involve masking. I think you will be happy with
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