Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2001 22:38:06 -0400
From: "Kenneth S." <nimrodnopsams.com>
Subject: Re: Restoring black trim.....


Johannes H Andersen wrote: > > "Kenneth S." <nimrodnopsams.com> wrote in message news:<3BCC1A8B.50B5nopsams.com>... > > Johannes H Andersen wrote: > > > > > > "Kenneth S." <nimrodnopsams.com> wrote in message news:<3BC8D441.49F2nopsams.com>... > > > > Jim K. wrote: > > > > > > > > > > Any suggestions on how to restore black trim? I was looking at Forever > > > > > Black and would like opinions of anyone who has used it. > > > > > > > > > > Thanks! > > > > > Jim > > > > > > > > A few months ago someone said he had found peanut oil to be very > > > > effective. I've used Mazola, and it seems to work too, although it > > > > lasts only for a month or so. > > > > > > Noooo, you are all wrong! Use Simonez Cockpit Shine. This is really > > > meant for the interior, but works beatifully on exterior black trim. > > > It doesn't smudge, stick or colour like some of the other suggestions. > > > Use liberally and wipe off. Admittedly, like most other stuff, it > > > is not permanent, but it is fine for a couple of months. > > > > > > Johannes > > > > Yes, but can you cook with Simonize Cockpit Shine? > > AFAIK, not recommended. But you can shine up almost anything, just try > it on your nose. The same goes for Mazola, which I use on my nose any time I was to make it more shiny. I suspect that you are a shareholder in Simonize.

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