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Re: back to black


Try Black Again for the spoiler.  I haven't used it yet but have had it
highly recommended to me by a local shop.  I use PB2.

It sounds like you have too much ArmorAll on the dash and that is making it
too reflective.  Try wiping it with a damp rag after treating it (the
dashboard), or using a different product that doesn't leave such a hard

>It is I once again with another stupid question,
>Anyone know of a good product to use to "re-black" my Coupe GT's rear
>spolier?  I use ArmorAll religiously but the sunbleaching process has started
>to begin (though ever so slowly.)  Also,  does anyone know of a product that
>reduces reflections on windshields? In the morning, when I drive southbound
>into direct sunlight and down a tree lined street, my dashboard reflects on
>the windshield so badly it's as if someone was shining a strobe light in my
>face.  It's like a crazy psychedelic light show.  In other words, I am
>temporarily blinded.  Not a good thing.
>Jesse Almero, Jr
>Torrance, CA
>'86 Coupe GT
>"No matter how big a shovel you have,  digging out of a humungous hole
>generally takes a good deal of time and effort...Just ask the guys at
>Audi..."--Motor Trend(tm), Audi Coupe Quattro road test, 9/89.

Richard Funnell,
San Jose, California
'83 urQ
'87 560 SL