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The fascia on my 1999 4.6. HSE is looking a but shabby. The black "rubberised" trim edges - above the cruise control/hazard (etc) switch panel has some scratches on it and the vertical surround of the console by the head unit is badly worn.

Can anyone tell me what this part of the fascia is covered in? It seem to be a rubbery, plastic compound.

I have tried using bumper black on it to cover the damage but it doesn't seem to work. I am considering using boot polish but if someone can point me in the right direction I would rather fix it properly,
 

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I'd like to add some color back to my steering wheel which is wearing off. Anyone know if there is any dye or polish for this leather?
 

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If it's anything like mine, then the actual surface itself is beyond trying to polish or clean it since it's all worn off. The more expensive solution here would be buying wood veneered pieces to replace them with
 

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The fascia on my 1999 4.6. HSE is looking a but shabby. The black "rubberised" trim edges - above the cruise control/hazard (etc) switch panel has some scratches on it and the vertical surround of the console by the head unit is badly worn.

Can anyone tell me what this part of the fascia is covered in? It seem to be a rubbery, plastic compound.

I have tried using bumper black on it to cover the damage but it doesn't seem to work. I am considering using boot polish but if someone can point me in the right direction I would rather fix it properly,
I used fine rubberized bedliner spray. It isn't smooth, but I liked the textured look.
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