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I am sorry I can't be of any help as I have yet to use the product.
By Peter Parry on 24 April 2016
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Hi. Yes you can. I have a freelander, and applied Forever Black to the petrol cap, wing mirrors, door handles and, obviously, the bumpers.
I found that by applying 2 even coats to all areas, gave a fantastic finish. I would also say, that the sponge applicator takes getting use to - the wooden handle could do with goin… see more
Hi. Yes you can. I have a freelander, and applied Forever Black to the petrol cap, wing mirrors, door handles and, obviously, the bumpers.
I found that by applying 2 even coats to all areas, gave a fantastic finish. I would also say, that the sponge applicator takes getting use to - the wooden handle could do with going further up into the sponge! Good luck. It certainly is worth the investment and the effort! see less

By Michael Talbot on 03 March 2015
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i would think so but two coates is best
By geoffrey wilson on 27 June 2016
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Personally I found I couldn't use is on bumpers. I certainly wouldn't let it anywhere near my dash. Unless of course you want a brushed emulsion effect.
By Dave on 20 April 2016
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im constantly washing my car and the bumper trim still looks good and doesnt fade. i re do the bumpers probably every couple of months anyway just to keep it looking new and only takes half an hour for the full car. if your bumpers are fading you should definately buy this!!
By alex farrell on 11 April 2016
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Wouldn't think it will work out too well - product required several coats (in my circumstance) to return black to black. It will depend on your material and it's condition, but personally, I wouldn't be optimistic.
By Gerry Reynolds on 24 May 2016
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