The black plastic on my 05 Rincon seems to scratch if I even look at it wrong. I have tried just about every product I can think of to get the scratches out. I use a micro fiber cloth and it even scratches. The plastic seems really soft. Any suggestions?
I shot a big pig in eastern, Tennesee. She was a mean lady and the tequilla did not work. My 44 magnum, which worked so well for Dirty Harry, struck it in the front sholder and just pissed the dam thing off. And it knew where the bullet started from. Good thing my buddy had a 45-70 lever action to save my ass with. Use a big dam arrow and sit in a tree.
We hunt both javalina and russian hogs. Both are mean critters but the javalina are a lot smaller. no trees to sit in where we hunt, just lots of cactus, jumping cholla and mesquite bushes. Lot's of mountain lion track last year and even found a FRESH lion kill. You could see where this pig ran it's ass off trying to get away from the lion but in the end the pig was dinner. In Arizona you can buy an over the counter lion tag for $10.00. You have to keep on your toes though when bow hunting.
anyone who has ever owened a black car or truck knows just how you feel. having owened 3 black trucks i know were your comming from. do what i do try to onily look at it either in the shade or at night lol. (black) in the sun you see every little scrach and speck of dirt, in the shade it looks brand new.keep it covered in mud and moving and you should be all set lol
I have a Black Truck and a Black Rinny. Silveradoman nailed it. It's just part of owning a black vehicle. I keep both of mine pretty clean, but scratches are pretty much unavoidable. The truck I try to get detailed once a year. I do that to try and keep the paint from fading. I have some pretty good marks on the Rinny. I'm not going after the plactic with sandpaper or a heat gun, I just know where that would end up. Short of the plastics cracking, I'm planning on letting them be. She's not a showroom bike, although she is a garage queen. A few battle scars add to her character.