I tried the plastic specific paint, it all peeled off.
Now I use Mop'N Glo from the dollar store. Last as long as it does on the kitchen floor. I use it on the plastic fender liners. Looks great! 1 dollar! Apply with a cheap 2" sash paintbrush. Total investment $2 pls tx.
The best, longest lasting product to "restore" the plastic cladding on Avalanches (and the cladded Avalanches have a ton of plastic on them!) is called Refinish Restorer; you can buy it on eBay. It's good stuff! I only had to apply it 3 times (2 thin coats applied each time) in 14 years of ownership. Initial prep work is the most important step in getting good, long lasting results. I still have the original can of product and there's enough left in it to treat 4 or 5 more cladded Avalanches; I keep the can in my basement to keep it at a constant temperature.
I will be using this product when I need to dress up any faded/aged plastic on my Supercrew.
I just used the Krylon paint on my 10yr old sun bleached cowl. The Flat Black "Camofaluge". Looks brand new! Truck is a lil dirty from the pollen around here but you get the idea. I wanna do the wiper arms next. Think I can use the same paint?
Last edited by frogmonster; 04-09-2016 at 05:22 PM.