Scratches on gloss black pillar

icestorm81

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This is the stuff to use on the black piano plastics if you're doing it by hand.
 

SRGTD

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This is the stuff to use on the black piano plastics if you're doing it by hand.
I‘ve got Poorboys Black Hole in my detailing stash. It does leave a nice glossy finish but as it’s a filler glaze, it won’t remove the swirl marks; it’ll hide them for a relatively short period of time and will need to be reapplied once the filler properties have worn off.

As discussed earlier in this thread, machine polishing will give a longer lasting swirl free finish to those piano black B pillar trim pieces, provided a safe wash technique is used to help minimise re-swirling. Alternatively, get them wrapped in satin black vinyl to hide any swirl marks for good.
 
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