1. Plastic Sealant is a thick formula designed to revitalize and protect the exterior plastic surfaces of your car from UV rays and environmental effects. Perfect for moldings, trim, bumpers, door handles, and mirror housings, our special formulation is water repellent and detergent resistant so it can withstand numerous washes without being removed.
2. This is not a simple plastic dressing used to cover up the problematic features of old plastic, but rather a nourishing agent for exterior plastic surfaces that seals in their natural beauty from harmful reactions. With Plastic Sealant, no longer will cracks, faded finishes, and dull looking surfaces plague your car on the road. So grab a bottle, try it out, and witness a noticeably healthier car with just one use!
2. Shake well.
3. Pour Plastic Sealant onto an applicator or fine brush and spread evenly over exterior plastic surfaces.
4. Let sit for a moment before wiping off any excess with a clean, dry towel.
For maximum results, use Plastic Conditioner, followed by Exterior pH Neutralizer before applying Plastic Sealant.
Before applying, test a small amount in an inconspicuous place to check compatibility with surface.
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Looks good after application, easy to do. Review by Michael Q
I originally purchased this for the black plastic trim on my 2014 Mustang when I saw the result of a friend's car not being taken care of. I did not want the trim to turn grey. I used it under the hood and on the outside plastic parts, they look good. Then I did all the rubber gaskets, once again looking good and will last and stay flexible. Then I turned to my '96 Saturn (see my review on Plastic Conditioner) and followed up with the sealant. The bumper covers look new. In fact the whole Saturn looks new because I first "clayed it" and then I used the Formula 1201. I added new aluminum wheels and the car looks brand new. It has 214,000 miles on it. Dr. Beasley has got "the stuff." (Posted on 5/12/2014)
Great Review by MT
I collect old cars and restore them and a buddy of mine told me about this plastic sealant -- good stuff. (Posted on 2/24/2011)