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How to protect satin black finish?
Hey guys I am running a set of satin black reps with snow tires for my winter setup. I dont think these have any type of clearcoat since they are a satin finish. What would you suggest to do in order to protect the finish from damage from salt on the roads etc... Aside from just trying to rinse them whenever they come in contact with those types of conditions.
2010 Brilliant Black SRT8
Mopar intake | Corsa exhaust | Trinity | MTX-L wideband | Jersey Boy tuned | BT catch can | BT underhood kit | Eibach springs | BWoody swaybar links | Summer: Bridgestone Dueller HP Sport RF 275/315 on OEM wheels | Winter: Pirelli Scorpion Ice & Snow RF 275 on satin black reps | R1 Premium Slotted/Cross Drilled rotors | Stoptech pads | DC Customs headlights | TS LED taillights | TS painted moldings |
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