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    Forever Black

    Anyone tried Forever Black to freshen up your bags?

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    No...never heard of it....where do you buy it and does it work?....Ive' used WD40.....Tire sidewall......detail spray etc... but would really like to get something that works....

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    potent stuff for car bumpers & such. never used it on my bags, but i'd suspect that if it color amtches, it would do very well.

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    I bought it at Amazon -

    http://www.amazon.com/Forever-Black-.../dp/B000FOIJXQ

    I've used it on plastic car trim and it worked well. It's actuall a pigment dye and did as advertised. It seemed logical that it would work on faded bags but I haven't tried it. Once it's on it's not coming off!

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    Not sure if it is the same stuff. I picked up something called "Back to Black" at my local Canadian Tire store. Used it on my wife's minivan and workked wonders. Tried it on my BMW saddlebags and it worked great. Seems to have stood up for the past year or so. The bottoms of the bags take the most abuse and look like they should be done again.
    Maybe I should wash the bike more often.
    Nah, rather ride.


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    Try Lemon Pledge - works wonders and great for windshields too - bugs won't stick.
    Don't tell the wife though......you'll be doing the living room next
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