You might try this stuff called Black Magic. It claims to rejuvinate old
rubber (within limits). I don't know about that claim, but I have used it
on convertible tops and rubber bumpers and trim with great results. The
thing I like about it is that while it initially leaves the surface slick
and shiny the way Amour-All, it dries and leaves a natural looking matte
finish. It also doesn't turn browm like some products will in the sun. I
think it will look OK an sanded surfaces too, as long as the sand marks are
At 2:34 PM -0400 6/23/01, Larry B. Macy wrote:
>I have recently acquired some "new" rubber bumpers for my Midget. Today I am
>going to sit and beginning to refinish them. I expect to do some sanding on
>them and have read how to do this.
>My question is: Is there anything besides the black flex paint to finish
>them? I am not convinced that the black paint is the way I want to go. Is
>there a clear protectant to use, was there anything on them from the
>I don't expect to finish them today, but I was wondering how to finish.
>Keep your top down and your chin up.
>Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
>Department of Psychiatry
>University of Pennsylvania
>3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
>Philadelphia, PA 19104
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