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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-19-2011, 07:41 PM Thread Starter
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Canadian Source For Black Wow ???

I finally found a black restoration [all be it temporary] product that seems promising but the only place I found it was eshine canada and they want $40 plus tax for it shipped.

Anyone have a reliable Canadian source for this other then them that won't bend me over quite so bad on pricing? Thanks in advance!
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-22-2011, 02:15 PM
 
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I did a quick google search and it looks like eshine.ca is the only listed source north of the border.

It looks like it retails for $25 USD, and isn't sold in mainstream auto parts stores in the states, so you may have to bite the bullet and support a Canadian retailer. Look at it this way: by the time you factored in shipping you'll probably only pay a couple bucks more, and if it's as good as they claim that would be good enough for me.
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E-shine is the place.
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E-shine is the place.
what do you have for the outside black parts



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I need to use this stuff on my bed rails and fender flares [FX4] as well as the top part of my grill. I have no problem supporting Cdn etailers but I stumbled across a US etailer selling it for 1/2 price but they wouldn't ship to Canada. It's not that bad though ..... I can't find that sight again anyway lol.
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what do you have for the outside black parts
Mother's Back to Black works okay, but I use Vinylex.
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try tonno tonic, get it at crappy tire and is the best trim/vinyl shine/cleaner i have ave used. Not to mention it makes the tonno cover look better than new. T
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I have used Tonno Tonic on my covers for years . It's not cheap but it looks Great !!!


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...and that little bottle of Tonneau Tonic lasts surprisingly quite a while.
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I like trim detailer! Left side done, Right side not done

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