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Old 09-02-2012, 12:56 AM
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Forever Black Tire gel vs bumper trim treatment.

Does any know if there is a difference between the Forever Black tire gel vs their bumper & trim treatment?
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From what I recall, the bumper & trim dries somewhat, whereas the tire gel stays "wet looking" if that makes sense. What are you trying to treat? I just recently painted some trim on my F150, while it was a royal pain in the tail to prep, the outcome was pretty nice.
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