Applying The Last Coat™ On Black Plastic Surfaces

Applying The Last Coat™ On Black Plastic Surfaces


– [Narrator] Hey, how’s it goin’ guys? Wanted to show you
applyin’ The Last Coat here on some black plastics and show you what you can achieve with this. So you’re simply just gonna spray it on, or if you’ve seen my other video about applying it to an
applicator if you’re worried about over-spraying onto things, you can do that as well. This whole car is getting done so we’re not worried about it. So you’re just gonna spray it on, and you’re just gonna wipe it in. And you can already see how much of a drastic change it has given it. So just get it covered real well ’cause you’ll definitely see
where you don’t get it covered, especially around little
nooks and crannies here. Just work it in there real well, and flip to your dry side, and then just buff it right
back off to a high-gloss shine. I guess in reality it’s
really not too glossy, more or less just brings
back the actual color to it. And the cool thing about this is that when you have a finger or
a white glove or anything, when wiping on it, it’s
no greasiness or anything, so you’re not gonna
get it on your fingers, on your clothes, anything like that. You can see how much it
literally restored this. This car is tracked so
it gets a lot of abuse, but you can see, definitely,
a major difference. There you guys go! And again, that is The Last Coat. So I hope that helps you guys out. Hope to see some really nice plastics. Have a good day.

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