I have used this product previously and have always had outstanding results. You must follow the instructions exactly, and you'll be amazed at how well it works.
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Preparation is everything with this product. If you do a half-hearted job at preparing your plastics, it shows. Sand the plastic with increasingly finer grits of sandpaper up to 1000 grit, and THEN apply. I've been using it on my black plastics for a few years now. I reapply it once a year when I rebuild my quad for the next race season. It makes even my black fenders look like new. Washing it with mild detergents will make it last a lot longer. In the beginning, I used a motorcycle specific cleaner on it that gave it a bluish white haze after only a couple of washes. Now, I wash it with a good quality car wash soap and shine it up at the track with Windex.
Works Good. Buffing with the included steel wool makes it shine even better. The sand paper included will go a long ways.
This product is amazing worked great on my 96 rm250 made it look brand new.
Agree with the other guy who wrote a review as well, Works "ok" nothing great but just my 2cents...I'd just use some regular polish and wait then buy new fenders when they are completly thrashed.
I have an 05 CRF250R and Plastic Renew makes the bike look, well, "Re-newed" every time I apply it. I don't know about other bikes but on my Red 250R it's fantastic. Almost a MUST-OWN product.
Your plastic will look nice for a while and then re-coating is necessary
Essentialy this product is a clear lacquer made to put on plastic. It will give you an ok shine after sanding, but it is a shine that looks just like lacquer, not new plastic. In my opinion, if you plastic is seriously scratched save your money and buy a new fender.
It gives decent results, but it requires you to sand your plastic. It eventually wears off, requiring more applications, and when it wears off, your plastic doesn't look very good. It does look good for a while though, if you don't mind re-applying every so often.
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Question asked by JDH_17
Question:Q: I’m restoring an XR gas tank. Will new graphics stick well to the coating after using this product, or should the surfaces covered by graphics be avoided?Question asked Over 6 months ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered Over 6 months agoAnswer: A: It is incredibly difficult to get any stickers or decals to stick on plastic gas tanks because the gasoline vapors go through the plastic. Given enough time, it is inevitable that the stickers will come off a plastic fuel tank.
Before applying any decals and stickers to plastic or other surfaces, the surface should be scrubbed clean with soap and water, and the soap residue should be cleaned off with rubbing alcohol.
PC Racing Plastic Renew is an oil and waxed based polish. Decals and stickers to not stick well to any polish.
Question asked by Marcin757
Question:Q: Does this product work on plastic gas tanks?Question asked 1 year 8 months ago
Question asked by Kinney
Question:Q: Does this product also do a good job of taking scratches out of plastic?Question asked Over 3 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: Plastic Renew is a complete plastic restoring kit. Scratches are sanded out first (sandpaper included). After the plastic is prepped, Plastic Renew is applied with a paper towel. 3 to 4 coats of Plastic Renew brings out the brilliant color and shine of new plastic. With Plastic Renew you don’t have to worry about building up or discoloring. This product will not come off from normal washing. If your plastic gets scratched again, just follow the same procedure to restore that like-new shine. Typical motorcycle restoration will only require about one-quarter and ATV about one-half the chemical in this kit.
• Complete kit includes sand paper, steel wool, Plastic Renew chemical, and applicator towel.
Question asked by Melissalee04
Question:Q: Is this enough for one bike & one atv?Question asked Over 3 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: Yes you should have enough to renew one bike and one ATV.