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    Fun with the heat gun

    Ok it's really not all that much fun.

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    yup did my sponsons made them brand new again lol

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    didnt even know that would work... Ace

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    So for folks that have done this...

    I see that it helps bring back the color to faded plastics by heating them up... but does it fade again more quickly?

    Say it took years of sun to fade your plastics... you heat them and they look good again... will it take years again to fade? Or does the heating process affect them somehow... where they will fade much faster the next time?

    Cheers!

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    Been all summer mine still look as good as the day I re heated them

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1999-SLTX View Post
    Been all summer mine still look as good as the day I re heated them
    This is my first time trying it.

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