John Bigtimber: regain color but not renew the "look" of the plastic. looks much better ! but like darren b said , blotchy , kind of " rode hard" look. its better than red plastic being pink though
S Goodfellow: I'm inspired! Going to try this on my hot tub head rests...I've got nothing to loose!
ironmanfab: Never use Lacquer Thinner on plastic !!!
It destroys the plasticizer in the plastic . Looks good for a short while but will fade and degrade much faster .
steve: My dad owns a panel beating business, he showed me this trick. Can i just add though that this doesn't work on all plastics, and in most cases even if it does work, it tends to not stay looking new for as long as one would hope.
Always worth a try, but don't be upset if it doesn't work for you. Free tips are the best tips.
Darren Betker: Tried this...dont do it if you want it to look like new. It will be dull and blochy ."Plastic Renew" is a $36 kit...Ebay...and yes its allot of work, but it is the best way to get almost like new shine on faded scratched fenders.
chris conk: probbly depends on how warm it is outside
Gregory Perkins: Why didn't this work for me and how hot and long am I supposed to do it