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Below is a list of all the products reviewed in my trim tests and my findings:

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Extra Virgin Olive Oil - very slightly less dusty than peanut oil

Peanut Oil - household oils last a few days of rain but are messy and attract dirt

Zaino Z16 Perfect Tire Gloss - Lasted through a day of rain but not two

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    September 10, 2006 | 10:17 pm

    Awesome. Thanks for doing the hard work for us. It’s very much appreciated.

    September 10, 2006 | 10:42 pm

    I noticed in your last post (with the dog) that your trim looked really pretty bad; any ideas why it’s gotten that way? I’ll look more closely at my 4-05 build MCS tomorrow, but I don’t think it’s anywhere near as faded. Do I just have to wait a little longer? :-)

    By the way, I’m in the midst of relocating to Nashua, NH; I’m looking forward to meeting up with some New England Motorists!

    September 11, 2006 | 7:56 am

    Thanks! I’m gonna pick up some of that forever black. I think it will also bring back the black in my Aero Kit grill.

    September 11, 2006 | 8:59 am

    I’ve noticed that my trim has held up well. However, I have garaged my MINI from new and I think that has a lot to do with preserving the trim. Fortunately, you now have shelter for your MINI!!! My guess is that the major cause of the trim fading is UVA/UVB-induced effect of sunlight; perhaps pollution has an effect as well.

    I have always used 303 protectant on the trim, but as you point out, Josh, it does wear off. I usuall quickly wipe the trim down with 303 after I wash the MINI. But I do have some spots that need constant care (front trim) so I think I’ll try the Forever Black product and top it off with an application of 303 now and then.

    Thanks for taking the time to perform these tests, Josh!


    September 11, 2006 | 9:40 am

    The other thing that “fades” (discolors) the trim is frequent washing/waxing – I bet Josh does more of that than anyone else ;)

    Well done Josh for pursuing this to the end; I’m glad you got a result – though my wheel arch painting on GBMINI#2 might still be a better solution :)

    September 11, 2006 | 2:51 pm

    Great work Josh !

    Another vendor for Forever Black is Bavarian Autosport at

    I have some on order now, saw the ad in their latest catalogue and decided to give it a try before I saw your write-up on it. Sometimes things do work out for me ! ! LOL

    September 11, 2006 | 7:27 pm

    Gonna have to get some of this stuff and try it as I like the fact that it is black and stains the trim area.

    Since I don’t live in a rainy climate I can’t do the rain test but it does get very very hot here for months and B2B works for me here in SoCal if applied like I do. I have hand washed my MINI twice since returning from Monterey and the B2B coated trim is still spot on. I will say this about B2B it does merely mask the stain.

    Thanks for the advice on trim detailer I’ll get some.


    September 16, 2006 | 11:04 am

    Thanks for the time and effort you put into this. Time to order this product and add to the collection.


    September 20, 2006 | 12:53 pm

    Josh – thank you for doing such a great job with the testing and reporting of these products! Very interesting and informative!

    October 10, 2006 | 6:36 pm

    Looks as if it might be pretty good. Well I need to spruce up mu rims and might try out fovever black.

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    November 3, 2006 | 12:04 am

    I was wondering if you have a dealer in Canada? Please let me know. I live in Calgary, Alberta and am interested in your product. If not in Canada please let me know how much extra it would cost to ship here. Thanks, Larry Bryans

    June 29, 2008 | 12:31 pm

    I actually just applied this product to my Jeep Wrangler flares – which had oxidized to a milky, splotchy grey. Like you, I’ve tried other products, only to see all of my hard work “wash away” in very short time.
    I just used plain old masking tape to protect the body – I had a few splotches of ink that bled through, but they came off with water – following about 3 hours of multiple applications. The flares were in BAD shape. They’d make the worst shots of your mini look like new – I mean, I had actually little white spots all over the flares. But they – it’s a Jeep, not a show car :)
    At any rate, we’ll see how long this lasts. But I’ve been advised to hit it with the 303 every few weeks to protect the dye. And I immediately followed up the application (after drying) with 303 – and will do so after every wash.
    If it does end up washing off or fading away, I’ll be back with an extremely negative follow-up – as it took me about 8 coats to get it back to black.
    It’s still not show quality – but it’s better than the milky splotchy grey – and I’m please so far with the initial application.

    December 27, 2008 | 11:46 pm

    fantastic review! i haf been searching high and low for a product to restore my black (greyish actually) trims. been using meguiars’ nxt generation tech protectant – lousy product. goes to show that meguiar’s is just a very heavily marketed brand with useless products (at least over here)

    i’ll give forever black a go. cheers josh! pls email me over the next few months if forever black is as good as it claimed to be.

    new zealand

    May 24, 2009 | 8:33 pm

    I recently discovered armor all wipes have seemed to do the same thing, jut by chance i rubbed the trim to removed some dirt, and its still going strong one week later

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