Stoner Car Care 91034 Trim Shine Protectant – 12-Ounce

Stoner Car Care Pro 91034 Trim Shine Protectant – 12-Ounce is engineered to instantly brighten and rejuvenate dull or faded plastic, vinyl, and rubber. The long lasting formula not only restores color and shine it also protects against sunlight and UV rays that can cause cracking, fading, and discoloration over time. It provides a durable shine to trim, cladding, tires, bumpers, convertible tops, seat backs, dashboards, arm rests, air vents, and steering columns.

Product Features

  • Perfect for hard-to-reach areas like dashboards and under the hood
  • Trim Shine utilizes a proprietary wipe free aerosol technology
  • Just spray it on and walk away
  • Needs no wiping or rags
  • Even shines wet trim

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3 Responses to Stoner Car Care 91034 Trim Shine Protectant – 12-Ounce

  1. Texas DJ says:

    Makes Your Exterior Plastic Shiny, Black, and Non-Stick Just got a new truck and I wanted to protect the exterior black plastic. I spent hours reading reviews. Most products I found were focused on renewing the look of black plastic. But, I was looking for something to protect and maintain only. I purchased Stoner Trim Shine Protectant and a couple other products to compare.First of all, regardless of which product you use you will need to get the plastic trim clean before you add a protectant. I used a general degreaser and followed up…

  2. Amazon Customer says:

    Good, but not great – depends on where trim is located. Performs similarly to Mother’s Back to Black First, let me say I’m a huge fan of Stoner’s glass cleaning products. So I had very high hopes for this product – I used it on my 2006 Chevy Trailblazer SS, which has very little black trim, but spread about in the most annoying fashion. Why automakers continue to use that #%$^&@ material as much as they do is beyond me. They don’t have to – our RX330 has virtually none of it. #%$* idiots – I’d love to get in a room with the people who think it’s okay to put black plastic trim on cars. But I…

  3. Dan says:

    Has been a staple in my detailing aresenal for over a decade. I’ve been using Trim Shine for years to detail my engine bay. I think it’s the best product for this type of application and I like the degree of shine that it gives. Application is not messy and it lasts for about a season. I hose down the engine bay when dust accumulates and the Trim Shine doesn’t wash off that easily. At worst, I’d have to touch-up a few areas after lightly hosing the dust off.What I like about Trim Shine is that it is not greasy, it has more of a matte…

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