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The car has these flat black pieces behind outside mirrors and also behind the rear windows (small triangular). Mine are really losing their luster over time, and I am wondering how to make them look good again.
 

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Okay, short of spraying it.
 

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Get some SVT side mirrors and color match! also those lil triangle pieces....i think they sell shiny overlays for them somewhere.
 

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You want me to replace my SVT mirrors with SVT mirrors?
 

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That, or you could take the mirror off and paint it to match your car. Or just order new mirrors like the ones you have now.
 

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I am wondering not about the mirror itself, but the black piece on the car, which the mirror is mounted. A similar piece is used to complete the triangle at the rear section of the back windows.
 

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Yah...it's real shiny? There's this stuff called "blue luster" and it works great! If that don't work--maybe a coat of clear.
 

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use this stuff myself. just what you're looking for.



BACK-TO-BLACK®

As your ride's exterior ages, rubber, plastic and vinyl exterior hardware of all colors will dry, crack, flake and deteriorate. This oxidation can be stopped and reversed with Mothers® Back-to-Black®, our favorite auto-care concoction. This trim treatment is great for all sorts of exterior hardware in all colors-bumpers, molding, louvers, window trim, vents, seals, skirts, door handles, wiper arms-anything that's plastic, rubber or vinyl. Apply Back-to-Black® to sun-burnt plastic, rubber and vinyl to revive the factory-new sheen, then re-treat that exterior hardware regularly.

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