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02 Explorer trim repair

Francisco1022

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Year, Model & Trim Level
2002 Ford Explorer XLT V6
Ive seen a few posts where a few people have painted their trims. I really wouldn't like to paint he trim, I prefer the rough texture. I have tried "MOTHERS BACK TO BLACK TRIM RESTORER" but doesn't seem to work. Ive heard of dye products, but I'm trying to keep the original grey color. Any suggestions?
 




Wills05xlt4x4

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2005 Xlt 4x4
Ive seen a few posts where a few people have painted their trims. I really wouldn't like to paint he trim, I prefer the rough texture. I have tried "MOTHERS BACK TO BLACK TRIM RESTORER" but doesn't seem to work. Ive heard of dye products, but I'm trying to keep the original grey color. Any suggestions?

I think you may be the first one to like the grey...
I believe big rondo used a bondo product with great results...
I've always used the meguiars ultimate black though all I have is the minor pcs...
http://www.autogeek.net/meguiars-ultimate-black.html
 




Francisco1022

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thanks Wills05xlt4x4. Appreciate the help.
 




BigRondo

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