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This is the only forum I "do", so I'm fairly sure I saw a post and discussion on here, maybe 2-3 years ago, about a commercially available product that helped

"bring back" older paint jobs on tractors and trucks. Can anyone on here point me in the right direction or give me the name of a or the particular product?

I'm pretty sure it wasn't just rubbing compound.

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You’re probably thinking of color back? 

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the car shows (?discovery group) use a lot various products and days of buffing ,check the credits

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Flitz paint product. Have a buddy that likes how the stuff works.

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There is quite a process to this.

Go to You Tube and look for paint restoration.

There is some good ideas on there.

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On 7/31/2020 at 6:58 PM, Cummings1486 said:

You’re probably thinking of color back? 

I think 6 cans of Color Back and an afternoon with the wife's help made me about $2500 trade in value on my New Holland 855 baler many years ago. 

 

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8 hours ago, sandhiller said:

I think 6 cans of Color Back and an afternoon with the wife's help made me about $2500 trade in value on my New Holland 855 baler many years ago. 

 

I would definitely believe that. It’s good stuff and really brings back the the color. 

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