The RT is the 1st car I have had in the garage with substantial vinyl graphics. The question is, when you wax your car, do you wax the vinyl as well, or do you avoid the body graphics ?
....it really depends what "wax" product you're speaking of. There are some I would never think of using on stripes while others I would have no problem with.The RT is the 1st car I have had in the garage with substantial vinyl graphics. The question is, when you wax your car, do you wax the vinyl as well, or do you avoid the body graphics ?
….it has loads of fillers and black pigments. That is why the product is marketed and designed for use on black cars.Has anyone heard of Turtle Wax's Black Box? I was going to use it on my Brilliant Black Challenger but also have red rallye stripes and was wondering if it would ruin the stripes since its supposedly made for ONLY black cars?
If you’re looking to actually remove blemishes, then yes….I would look elsewhere for a solution. While TW BB may not necessarily be a bad product, its main goal is concealment. That’s not a bad thing as long as you are using the product without any false expectations. The “Step 1” appears to have some cleaning and abrasive characteristics but I’ll wager they are relatively mild. Also, with the additional fillers, you will not get a true representation of your progress. It would likely be better to use a true polish and go from there. If you’re planning on correcting by hand, you may even want to still use a product like BB to help hide any minor scratches you’re not able (or willing) to remove through your polishing step(s).Hmm I might go trade it in for something else then. I got it to try and remove some of the swirls in the paint