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Is there a protectant for thr bumpers and fenders,(jeep wrangler)

I would like to keep my jeep looking good- my fenders and bumbers are looking a bit dull and so I wondered if there is some sort of protectant / cleaner that you would recommend. Also do i need to use anything like that for my hard top?

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Mothers makes a real good product called "back to black" available in most auto parts stores. it is in a small red bottle - looks like this:
is there a protectant for thr bumpers and fenders, - afc85cc.jpg that's what I use - it doesnt leave a white residue like some of the protectants

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