Factory black plastic fenders

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Black Again. The pro's Go To treatment, back in the day.

Only recently did it become available, after being off the market for a number of years.

https://www.autogeek.net/blackagain1.html





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Lots of good suggestions here.

One more - Turtle Wax Ice. I read about it here and have been using it on my 2018 for two years now. I use it on the body, hard top, black fenders and trim. Really easy to use and the fenders still look new. (It is garaged though so that might help too.)
 

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A product called The Last Coat. I use it on the entire vehicle.
 

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They also look good with nothing. 2.5yrs now and they still look great. These aren't the same as previous plastic fenders.
 

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