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Im curious to see what people come back with. I use THIS. It is rather greasy though.
 

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Lemon Pledge does a quick job of it but it doesn't hold up too long. That's what the dealer where I bought my first tractor used to brighten them up.

A couple times I have used the same Si02 product that I use on the boat and it does a good job of protecting or at least beading water for a while. It has to be shiny to start with and the ceramic coating will help keep it that way. But to tell you the truth I'm not the most ambitious feller when it come to shining the tractor so the easy to apply stuff is always my choice. I have a black car and that seems to use up all the enthusiasm I have for polishing.
 

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I use 303 on everything plastic. Not greasy at all and is actually a UV protectant so it really helps with any sun fade on black plasitcs.

Looks expensive but a little goes a long way. A 32oz bottle last me for years.

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I've used that as well and can say it's a very good product.
 

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Use this stuff. It works great as I've used it on the plastic panels on my Avalanche, two coats and it looks great for at least a year.
 

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OOps, I didn't read the thread title close enough and missed the question being about the black plastic. I don't have any specific suggestions for that, but thanks for all the good tips here so far.
 
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Lasts a long time and it will look like new. Use the gloves, hold your nose and use very sparingly.


 

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I use 303 on everything plastic. Not greasy at all and is actually a UV protectant so it really helps with any sun fade on black plasitcs.

Looks expensive but a little goes a long way. A 32oz bottle last me for years.

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That's what I use as well. It works great on plastic and rubber.

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I have used the 303...on the black plastic.
I too recommend it.
 

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All great suggestions I kind of feel like I need to try them all. I think I’m going to give the 303 a try. The products RedDirt and Herminator suggested I would like to give them a try on some more faded black plastic pieces.
That’s probably a good plan as those are labelled as restorers where I consider 303 more of a maintenance or protectant product.
 
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