Stoner Car Care 91034 12-Ounce Trim Shine Protectant Aerosol Restores Dull or Faded Interior and Exterior Plastic Renew Bumpers

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Stoner Car Care 91034 12-Ounce Trim Shine Protectant Aerosol Restores Dull or Faded Interior and Exterior Plastic Renew Bumpers, Running Boards, and More, Pack of 1
PROS
  • 44 REVIEWS TRIM SHINE
  • 22 REVIEWS BRAND NEW
  • 19 REVIEWS BLACK PLASTIC
  • 24 REVIEWS LIKE NEW
  • 27 REVIEWS PLASTIC TRIM
  • 7 REVIEWS WEATHER TECH
  • 11 REVIEWS EASY TO APPLY
  • 11 REVIEWS LONG TIME
  • 20 REVIEWS LOOK BRAND
  • 10 REVIEWS FLOOR MATS
  • 24 REVIEWS EASY TO USE
  • 23 REVIEWS BLACK TRIM
  • 8 REVIEWS MAKES THEM LOOK
  • 6 REVIEWS YEAR OLD
  • 17 REVIEWS LAST LONG
  • 4 REVIEWS YOUTUBE VIDEO
  • 20 REVIEWS LOOK BRAND NEW
  • 6 REVIEWS BROUGHT IT BACK
  • 6 REVIEWS MUCH BETTER
  • 5 REVIEWS BACK TO LIFE
Stoner Car Care 91034 12-Ounce Trim Shine Protectant Aerosol Restores Dull or Faded Interior and Exterior Plastic Renew Bumpers
Stoner Car Care 91034 12-Ounce Trim Shine Protectant Aerosol Restores Dull or Faded Interior and Exterior Plastic Renew Bumpers

Description

BRIGHTENS AND REJUVENATES: Stoner Car Care??s Trim Shine Protectant is engineered to rejuvenate and brighten interior and exterior trims. It??s perfect for dashboards, window trims, bumper grills, seats, and more.

Top Positive Review


I saw a YouTube video where a dude cleaned WeatherTech mats, and used this stuff to bring them back to their original shiny black, without making them slick, like a lot of products do. I thought I’d give it a try. It worked great! Highly recommend this stuff!

Now, I use this stuff instead of Armor All for my car interior. It’s great!

21 People Found This Helpful

Top Critical Review


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 digress…

This works okay – it has drawbacks that all of these trim care products seem to have – mostly dealing with water. First, it only lasts 2 or 3 weeks – your mileage will vary. I was a little disappointed, but that was okay. When it rains, it accelerates the process of it wearing off – and I’d be okay with that if it just wore off and that was it.

But it doesn’t just wear off – you’ll see it streak your paint and glass as water hits it and runs down onto your mirrors, glass, or paint. If you’re like me and you spray the trim around your side mirrors, masking it off doesn’t much matter because when it rains, it’s going to leave visible, distorting streaks on your side mirrors. And they’re not easy to get off, either, on the side mirror material, which always seems less “friendly” to cleaning than the window glass. It comes off the paint much easier, but it’s still disappointing that it happens.

But if you’re spraying bumpers or fender flares or something like the black trim below the sills – staining from water runoff is probably not a concern, and this product is not a bad choice, since it is so quick to apply. When water hits those types areas, it just runs off without touching a painted area. So I would give it 4 stars for those types of applications – while easy to apply on those, I still don’t think it lasts any longer than the competitors.

This performs almost exactly like Mother’s Back to Black trim care, in shine, durability, and range of application – except that with the Mother’s product, it’s a bottled liquid that you apply with a cloth. Applying it with a cloth means less concern with overspray, although if you’re not careful with the rag you could still get it on your paint or glass, just to a lesser degree than with spray. Not harmful (I think), just annoying. And the Mother’s product has the same issue with rain causing the product to streak down your mirrors, glass, and paint. Nothing seems perfect.

I would recommend this product for applications that lend themselves more to spraying – black plastic cowls with vents, anything that is difficult to do with a rag. But the spray comes out with quite some force, so I don’t think you’d want to use it inside the car – you’re virtually guaranteed to suffer from overspray.
26 People Found This Helpful

Customer Questions & Answers


Anyone use this on their car mats?
Answer: Yes, They make them nice and shiney — be careful it could make the mats slippery to you feet — I use it on my motorcycle pegs they are a little slippery at first

Can i use for chrome trim around car window?
Answer: Thanks for the questions! Absolutely! Trim Shine will work great on your chrome trim!

What is the difference between 91036 and 91034?
Answer: No difference, the both do the same

Would this spray shine an auto vinyl roof without damaging it?
Answer:

Under the name “Trim Shine” on the can, it says “Vinyl & Plastic Coating”. The directions state that it’s for interior and exterior auto trim. Since I don’t have a vinyl roof, I can’t speak from experience; but it does a real nice job on freshening up the interior plastic and metal on my van’s dash. There is a numbe??

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