The QUIXX Black Plastic Colour gives all the black, unpainted surfaces of your vehicle a fresh, new look again: After a short time, plastic parts on the vehicle look gray, matte, weathered, and therefore, old. Most affected are bumpers, wheel arch covers and decorative strips on doors and trunk lids. While other products only freshen them up for a short time, the QUIXX Black Plastic Colour is semi-permanent, thanks to the innovative Black Polymer Technology (patent pending) and offers a deep black color impression and protection for up to 12 months.
The QUIXX Black Plastic Colour gives plastic parts a fresh new look again. In our step-by-step repair instructions, we will show you how to treat faded, gray, matte and weathered surfaces.
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Clean the areas to be treated with a detergent, then rinse the area thoroughly with water and allow the area to dry completely.
Mask off the areas adjacent to the plastic surfaces with masking tape so that they do not come into contact with the paint during application.
Put on the enclosed gloves before using the QUIXX Black Plastic Colour. Shake the bottle well. Then apply the product evenly and thinly to the plastic surfaces with the enclosed sponge. After drying, remove the masking tape. Finished!
This is how it should look: The bumper has a fresh new look again! Tip: Excess product on paintwork is easily removed with alcohol.
Faded plastic makes a vehicle look old and unkept. The blazing sun, salt on the streets and cleaning agents from car washes damage the bumpers, exterior mirror covers, door handles and trim – they weather, become dull and gray. In the interior too – for example in the entry area or on the dashboard, the previously beautiful black plastic fades over time.
There are some products in the market that are supposed to refresh the color in the short term. Even black shoe polish or sun lotion are recommended in car forums. However, none of these solutions are permanent, and some of them are not good for these unintended surfaces. Even some of the well-known brands offer products to help return unpainted surfaces back to their previous glory. However, these too are short lived. The next rain or a trip to the car wash will quickly ruin the beautiful results. In the interior, too, they do not bring the desired clean and lasting result.
Approx. 12 months, depending on the weather and the frequency of car wash maintenance.
Yes, residues can be removed easily with alcohol.