GTechniq C4 Permanent Trim Restorer 15 ml.
C4 becomes one with your vehicle's trim!
Gtechniq C4 Permanent Trim Restorer isn't just a coating. C4 becomes an extension of the plastic it's protecting to restore trim to like-new condition. This chemical bond ensures maximum durability. Trim will remain in its new condition for up to two years with one application of Gtechniq C4 Permanent Trim Restorer.
Most other trim restorers or protectants are shiny coatings that sit on top of the plastic. They provide temporary shine and color restoration, but they disappear fast. Gtechniq C4 Permanent Trim Restorer actually swaps part of its molecular structure with the surface molecules of your car's trim. C4 doesn't sit on top of the trim - it becomes the trim! That's how Gtechniq C4 Permanent Trim Restorer keeps your vehicle's trim looking flawless for two years!
Gtechniq C4 Permanent Trim Restorer renews the color of trim, but it does not add artificial gloss. Matte surfaces will remain matte. Trim pieces will look new, not dressed, to give your vehicle an overall newer appearance.
Do not dilute. Apply at a temperature above 41°F (5°C) and out of direct sunlight. If you are applying indoors, ensure that there is adequate ventilation and wear protective gloves. Ensure that the surface to be coated is entirely free from fats/oils or previously applied products. We recommend cleaning trim vigorously with IPA (isopropyl alcohol) prior to application. Use the lint free application pads supplied to wipe the coating onto the trim. Because the coating forms its bond immediately, it is very important you remove excess coating from the treated surface and any that has gone onto your car’s bodywork or glass as soon as possible. To remove residue, you should use a microfiber cloth and use a light touch, i.e. not like buffing a wax but more like using a chamois on your car.
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It's honestly like nothing I've ever used. I have a vintage Mercedes with matte lower cladding, and it was fading and looking chalky. This is a painted plastic surface, mind you.
I was going to have it repainted to the tune of $2000, but figured I'd try this stuff first, just to see if it made any difference.
Best $30 I ever spent. After thoroughly cleaning the surface with Windex and then isopropyl alcohol, I applied a thin coat of the product, let it sit for about two or three minutes, then wiped it with a microfiber. Car has never looked better. Literally looks like it could be a fresh paint job.
My only regret is that I didn't do this sooner.