In the final part of our 4 part Turtle Wax product review series with Halfords UK, we take a look at the Turtle Wax Black in a Flash plastic and rubber trim restorer. As our Bertone x1/9 Gran Finale has a mixture of rubber and plastic bumper trim pieces, which were created in 1988, they have started to fade a little and no longer have their original factory fresh black colour. Despite their age, the bumpers on our x1/9 aren’t actually not too bad. We have seen a lot worse out there! But they still needed a spruce up. So we see if Turtle Wax’s Black in a Flash can revive our bumpers and restore their original black colour.
Will it be up to the task? Watch our review to find out.
For more info on the products we have reviewed head on over to Halfords.com/Motoring.
That’s a Wrap – let us know what you think
So that wraps up Take to the Road’s first ever product review series. We hope you’ve found these useful and informative. If you’ve got any feedback or would like to share your thoughts on these products, do let us know in the comment section below. We are hoping to bring you more product reviews in the future, especially ones that we think are of interest to classic car owners.
Also thanks to Halfords UK for supplying these products for our review!
Missed our other Reviews in this series?
If you haven’t seen Parts 1/2/3 then click on the images below and catch up on the rest of our Turtle Wax product review series.