OPTiX All Trim is a water-based rubberised dressing that is designed for use on rubber seals, hoses, tyres, vinyl and plastic. This is a quality product that will enhance the look of your exterior or interior plastic, vinyl and rubber goodies. Make your exterior, interior and your engine bay look brand new with OPTiX All Trim!
What To Use All Trim For:
Interior and Exterior Detailing
Most cars have plastic exterior trims around the car, whether it be around the rocker panels or the fenders. With guarantee, eventually those trims will fade to more of a light grey than a dark grey or black. All Trim will not magically restore the trims to that amazing new look permanently but it will as long as you look after your car, wash it and apply All Trim frequently. There are so many places you can apply it to such as the wheel-arch liners, the walls/face of your tyres, bumpers, roof racks and more!
Engine Bay Detailing
A lot of the older cars nowadays unless maintained regularly, look aged, dusty and dirty. If you wash the engine bay and let it dry, All Trim will be a great product to apply to the plastics and rubbers within the bay. It can make an aged engine look brand new depending on the effort you put in to detailing it.
Get To Know All Trim
OPTiX All Trim is a water-based rubberised dressing. All Trim is not solvent-based so it will not float and unlike other products which have been thickened, it will not splatter when sprayed as well as it being thin it will coat better. It can be removed with soapy water.
How To Use It:
Does it leave an oily finish? No, it is water based.
What type of finish does it leave? OPTiX All Trim will leave a nice natural darker look that isn't glossy. This is ideal to many who don't want their plastic trims looking glossy.
Is it easy to apply? All you need to do is spray the product directly on to the area or your applicator and spread it around and let it sit. The liquid is also thin so it doesn't clump up or anything.
Can I use this in my interior? Yes and will be ideal for your dash.
Can I use this to detail my engine bay? You certainly can.
How long does it last? Depends on the environment it is in. I twill not last as long as most oil/gel based trim restorers but will give a nicer natural finish.
Does not contain silicone