There's not a lot can be done in all honesty. They can be improved a little by ensuring the plastic is clean and then applying a plastic dressing such as Aerospace 303. SOme people swear by stuff like peanut butter, but the improvement there comes from the oil within it and this re-hydrates the plastic a little.Crimond84 wrote:I think Stu may of tackled this already, but what's the best approach for scratches in the plastic trim?
The best results I have achieved are with some Meguiars trim dressing and a hot air paint stripper. Clean the plastic, apply the dressing and heat gently. This just starts the surface of the plastic melting a bit and the dressing them amalgamates with it. DO NOT get it too hot, it's a very delicate balancing act.