Like you may have guessed, we love cars. Everything about them. And all we have ever wanted to do is develop and formulate products that make them better. Trim Serum was really one of those pinnacle moments for us, when you spend to much time in the trial and error phase of something and are about ready to say, “Screw this &@!@&#!” But instead, you try one last time—okay, four or five last times—and that extra effort makes all the difference. It’s a lesson we take to heart around here—good enough bites.. So, we keep toiling until that sweet spot is found.
A bit of too much drama?
Maybe so, but every time we use this product and see the results firsthand, a little bell rings in auto heaven, and some detailer gets his hose. If that doesn’t bring a tear to your eye, the look of your car when you are done, will.
From the moment plastic leaves the womb (or mold in this case) it starts to lose vital oils.
And react to the oxygen in the air, as well as UVB light. Trim Serum is formulated to reverse the effects of exposure to these elements, then penetrates and seals the surface to prevent it from happening in the future. The result is rubber and plastic trim that not only looks new, but is healthy like it once was
Directions: Clean the surface with Hyper Cleanse (you should of seen that one coming) apply Trim Serum in small amounts to rubber and plastic trim parts. Allow the product a few minutes to sit on the surface, then wipe and buff dry with a clean micro fiber towel. Tip: Let the plastic parts warm in the sun for a bit to open pours then pull into the shade and allow to cool a bit, do not apply to hot surfaces.
Extra credit: Allow the product to cure for 24 hours then re-apply, this will put an additional layer of sealing and protecting power and fill in any spots you may of missed.