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Old 03-20-2006, 04:52 PM   #1
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Black exterior trim and tire treatment

I purchased my 02 325xi over the winter, and living in Oregon with it raining basically from October to May I haven't been too concerned about detailing, however its starting to get sunny, and the swirls and bad shape of the exterior is starting to bother me. So I am about to place an order for my detailing package.

I am planning the following for the paint:

Klasse All-In-One
Menzerna FMJ
P21s Wax

However my question is what are the best reccomended products to use for the black exterior trim pieces along the doors, back bumber, roof rail, window seals, rear view mirrors, etc.

I got a set of the nice black rubber floor mats from the 7-series from a friend that works at the local bmw dealership, he cleaned them up nice and shiny before he brought them too me, when I asked him what the product was, he said it isn't labeled at all.

Also what is the best looking and longest lasting product for treating the tires for that slick wet look?

Thank You,

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