Just Great. I used it on all the exterior black plastic parts of my Ridgeline. It really worked nicely...all the grey turned to black. Then I thought, what about the tonneau cover? I decided to try only one section and take a look at the photo. It looks and feels like new! (I scrubbed it down first and let it dry before applying the restorer.) I am vey happy and buying a second bottle.
Ok let just start off by saying this blew my mind as to how well it restored the trim on my customers very old Volvo. The trim on her Volvo was disgusting old faded dry and it even turned blue ! after using it on the Volvo trim I could not believe at how well it restored the trim. And the best part NO STICKY RESIDUE LEFT OVER AND NO STICKY SURFACE LEFT AT ALL. The surface is smooth and dry to the touch even though you think it looks sticky and wet. I guarantee you it's dry and not sticky just as described! Amazing product overall pictures speak for themselves.
Product worked great, see pictures below. Researched many different types and have had terrible experiences with Mothers Back to Black. Went into this very cautious. The support team answered my questions fast and went above and beyond to answer it. Small family run company that has a great product that does what it is supposed to do. Just put this on yesterday, so we'll see how it does long term. But I thought my fenders were hopeless, now they look brand new. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
As you can see from the photos, the light grey areas show how bad the plastic was faded. It was REALLY bad. I applied the Plastic Restorer and could see the results almost immediately. I purchased this truck from my dad and I'm afraid he'll want it back. Haha. I'll post more pictures after I'm completely finished. Had to stop because it started to rain. Added some more pic after the heavy rain we had. The water just beads up.
I've tried a lot of diffrent products trying to get the plastic on my Car to come back to life and stay that way for a decent amount of time, not just until the first time that it rains. This has been by far the best thing that I've found as far as durability. It goes on pretty easily and wipes off just as easily. Really the only thing I care about is, will it streak the second it hits a little bit of water.....and it DOESN'T streak. I put some of this on maybe sometime in December and it really just started to wear off now which is the end of March. It's been through weekly car washes and a lot of harsh weather so as far as I'm concerned it's a win. One bottle of this will last a long time, you don't need to use a ton of it, so I'm quite pleased.
So after reading all the great things people had to say about Car Guys Plastic Restorer, I had to give it a try! I have been using Mothers Back to Black for years and have been very happy with it, but I am always willing to try something new. Sure glad I did...I have a new favorite and even though CG's is a bit more money, I think it is worth every penny! The white milky liquid that is Back to Black seems to smear over the surface, and never really soak into the plastic...Car Guys on the other hand is a grey cream that is quickly absorbed into the trim that it is being applied to. The black is restored almost immediately, although it continues to improve over the next 5 to 10 minutes, leaving an almost new looking result! I can not provide any feedback on the longevity of the newly restored appearance, since I just received it and applied it for the first time this morning, but after seeing how it seems to soak in and bond much better than Back to Black, I feel that it will last at least as long and probably much longer. I am a happy customer...and will be giving other Car Guys products a try in the future!