"If I had my life to live over, I'd dare to make more mistakes next time...I'd relax,I'd limber up... I would take fewer things seriously...take more chances... take more trips...climb more mountains...swim more rivers...eat more ice cream." Jorge Luis Borges at age 85.
Lemon Spray PLEDGE (furniture polish, sold in all stores, mother approved (LOL) )
clean windscreen, mirrors, dissolves bugs
restores plastic parts...
cleans and shines.
OK for leather as well.
and it smells good!
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2011 R1200 GSA (My Radio Flyer) 75 R90/6 with Velorex sidecar
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" Oh Lord I pray, Let me live long enough to do everything they say I've done"
You can use a product called Black Jack. It restored my old beat up Krauser bags.
'06 Triumph Scrambler (Trans-Labrador veteran)
I want to use it on the plastic bumper covers. Thanks for the info....it's meant for plastic...
"When you don't know where you're going, any road will get you there."
WET WIPES or is it WIPE NEW I'm having a senior moment.
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Cave Contents: 1980 R100RT/Ural Sidecar, 2004 R1200CLC, 2006 HD FSXTI
Try using a Heat Gun at low temp. I just did all the hard plastic fender-flares on my 2001 Jeep. Outstanding restoration back to factory new.
Try it in one small area and constant moving of your hand with the heat gun or you'll roast it. Youtube has a couple instructional video's. It really works well.
The rest of all that stuff is why they get dull in the first place though I do use lemon pledge from time to time.
Armor-All, the worst.