Yeah, Mothers Back to Black or any decent vinyl/rubber protectant should help restore the color.
To avoid that discoloration from ocurring in the first place, be sure to thoroughly dry all the plastic trim on your car after washing it. I've been keeping a close watch on my trim to prevent this from starting and I've noticed that it seems to be caused from water mineral deposits left to dry on there. Also, every 2-3 months, clean your trim with vinyl/rubber cleaner and then nourish it with a vinyl/rubber protectant.
If you already have substantial damage or staining and Back to Black isn't yielding very good results, try a trim restoration product like Forever Black.
if i dye it black again wont you be able to tell were the mold stuff was at? im trying to make this stuff show quality again. what about sanding with a light grit paper and then adding that stuff to it?
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