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I don't want to re-paint my top, (tan) just put a good product on it to make it look good. Any suggestions? It is free of defects, but faded.
 

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I don't want to re-paint my top, (tan) just put a good product on it to make it look good. Any suggestions? It is free of defects, but faded.

Well it was painted at the factory. It was a non gloss color. You could try a product like mothers brand back to black or any paint restore wax product. It might give it a little shine though.
 

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Mine was tan before I painted it. When it was tan and started to fade bad, I was messing around before I painted I sprayed some of that wheel wet stuff on it. It brought the color back but only for a few weeks. It actually looked good lol. I am not recommending it, just a comment.
 

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About the only way to make it look good is to repaint it.
Because of the surface texture, it can't be sanded and buffed.
Anything else is just a temporary cosmetic band aid.
 

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Ive used Gel Gloss on my topper to keep it looking good. Im not opposed to painting it eventually if I ever decide what color to make it.
 

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Could you maybe use a roll-on truck bed coating? most of them retain that "spatter look". Depending on who makes it, you could most likely get it color matched also. Just a thought.
 
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