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Old 06-01-2017, 09:22 AM   #1
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Dressing for wheel arch linings

Wonder if anyone has a suggestion that they have used to spruce up wheel arch liners ..... just a spray on rather than a deep detail / clean

I've seen products available like CG Bare Bones and Adam's Undercarriage Spray but wonder if these are actually any better than something like Aerospace 303 which is priced about the same and has more uses ...

Any opinions welcome

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Old 06-01-2017, 09:38 AM   #2
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CarPro's Cquartz DLUX is a possibility and will last a reasonable time, they blast clean with the pw after that. It will offer more of a coating. PERL is another but not as long lasting.
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CarPro's Cquartz DLUX is a possibility and will last a reasonable time, they blast clean with the pw after that. It will offer more of a coating. PERL is another but not as long lasting.
I hadn't thought of either of those ... will look in to them
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I use CarChem rubber and vinyl wax, spayed onto a MF mitt and wiped over clean liners. Not really sure about longevity though as they always get covered in mud and cleaned every wash.
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I've not tried it yet but I'm thinking that AG Uber Schwarz might be good for this. Unfortunately I've not got on with it that well as a tyre dressing, I tend to find it slings, but it seems quite tenacious!
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I've, yet to find anything that last under the arches and mine are carpet which is a little improvement but I still use CG barebones, it gives them a great look, it's cheap and lasts as long as anything else.
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Wonder wheels tyre and trim works well.
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I use Autosmart rubber & Plastic Dressing on cleaned wheel arches. Spray on, walk away.....job done
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another one for CG barebones here
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Thanks everyone .... I'll get a bottle of the CG barebones to try
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