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griffo 08-02-2012 08:47 PM

Fix for faded oxidized bumper covers
 
Well i do computer and printer service and i was out side looking at my oxidized bumper and thought i give the rubber rejuinator i have to clean rollers on printers a try at rejuvinating the bumper cover here is a pic of it about half way done. It looks like it works real good.
It removes the oxidation and make it feel like rubber again!

http://afcri.com/truck/rubberrejuv.jpg

Nck 08-03-2012 06:41 AM

That actually looks really good. And you say it's a printer cleaner?

griffo 08-03-2012 07:38 AM

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Originally Posted by Nck (Post 856515)
That actually looks really good. And you say it's a printer cleaner?

here is a link where i purchased it http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/specials/misc/all/S03 i would not reccomend using a spray rejuvinator that you find on ebay or google searches as i do not know what it will do to paint etc...

Its real easy to apply no scrubbing or buffing just wipe it on let it sit for a minitue and wipe it off

a little goes a long way the bottle i have been cleaning printers with is about 6 years old

BlueJet 08-03-2012 07:56 AM

That is an interesting tip! Mine is starting to do that and all the products I have tried don't last long.

Your next project should be unhazing those headlights! :)

BLKSVT 08-03-2012 09:15 AM

Nice, would like to see how it does after getting wet and has some time on it...

griffo 08-03-2012 10:46 AM

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Originally Posted by BLKSVT (Post 856575)
Nice, would like to see how it does after getting wet and has some time on it...

It rained last night ill take a picture of it after it bakes in the sun and dries and post it

griffo 08-03-2012 11:22 AM

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Originally Posted by BlueJet (Post 856543)
That is an interesting tip! Mine is starting to do that and all the products I have tried don't last long.

Your next project should be unhazing those headlights! :)


I took your advice and i figured wtf ill try it. in less than the time it took me to have a smoke this is what it looks like

http://afcri.com/truck/unfinished.jpg

http://afcri.com/truck/finishedheadlight.jpg

Warlock III 08-03-2012 11:46 AM

I recently used a 3/4 step process made by Turtlewax ($9.95) to clean up a set of headlights. I was really amazed at how good the stuff worked. I've used others without decent results.

griffo 08-03-2012 07:07 PM

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Originally Posted by Warlock III (Post 856660)
I recently used a 3/4 step process made by Turtlewax ($9.95) to clean up a set of headlights. I was really amazed at how good the stuff worked. I've used others without decent results.

I watched some utube videos that used turtle wax and it takes alot longer then using this stuff when i do the other side i will record it and post it. it took me about 3 minitues to do the one side


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