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Trim Serum


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Trim Restorer & Protectant



Formulated to reverse the effects of exposure to the elements, Trim Serum penetrates and seals all trim surfaces. The result is a rubber and plastic trim that looks new and stays that way. Doesn’t shine or look greasy – simply makes trim look the way it looked when it was brand new.

How Long Does Trim Serum Trim Protectant Last?

Here is the thing: we never formulate a product in the "proverbial vacuum" we first try every brand out there to see what benchmarks we have to surpass. What we found is, there are some slightly embellished claims out there. NO TRIM PROTECTANT PRODUCT WILL LAST FOREVER OR EVEN YEARS. There are simply too many environmental issues that come into play that any trim restorer and protectant can last that long.

However, Trim Serum will outlook and outlast anything on the market, we guarantee it. If we are wrong, we will promptly break off one of our windshield wipers and mail it to you. Sort of like Vincent Van Gogh did - but far less painful.  

  • Penetrates plastics and rubber making them look new
  • Highly concentrated ingredients are never cut or watered down
  • Instantly transforms weathered and oxidized rubber and plastic
  • Keeps rubber and plastic from drying out, cracking, and oxidizing

The Premise of Trim Serum Trim Restorer & Protectant:

Make a trim and plastic product that penetrates the pores of polymers, is non-greasy, and makes surfaces look new- NOT SHINY. 

This Products Super Power:

Trim Serum replaces the vital elements that plastics start to lose the minute they come out of the womb (or in this case the mold) Keeps plastic a deep rich black while protecting it from harmful U.V. Rays.

What to Expect from Trim Serum Protectant & Restorer

Our trim protectant and restorer will make the nastiest of plastics look new again and will reasonably last for several months- about 20 washes. Will stack nicely after curing and will make you considerably more attractive to the opposite sex.  It is a perfect rubber and vinyl trim protectant for detailers, body shops, weekend warriors, anal car owners, or car dealerships that are trying to breathe life into a trade-in. Every 16-ounce bottle of Trim Serum will treat many vehicles and it will help extend the life of any rubber or vinyl you are trying to protect. Not sure about it, order today and we guarantee you will like it, or still not sold... See what the pros say at Apex Detail.



Customer Reviews

Based on 44 reviews
Seems like good stuff

I used this on my 2007 Dodge Nitro. Lots of black plastic trim parts. Just as they say, a little goes a long way. it definitely made the faded plastic darker almost like new. Only had it on for a few weeks but seems to hold up pretty well. Easy to apply and I love that it works on plastic, rubber and everything in between. Previously I went over my faded trim with a heat gun which "restored" some of the color but kind of left it, just a little bit, streaky (path of the heat gun). I was hoping that the Trim Serum would even that out and it did a little bit but I can still see the pattern from the right angle. I may hit it with the Trim Serum a second time to see if it helps but right now it looks so much better I don't know if I'm going to bother with it. It's a 2007 vehicle. It's looking great for its age especially after the Trim serum treatment. There may be other, better treatments out there but this is the best stuff I have found to date. I will/would recommend to anyone needing to restore their plastic trim. I had excellent results. I only gave 4 stars because it has only been a few weeks and all the vids I watched about this products say you need to treat your trim about twice a year to keep it looking sharp. Right now that it a we'll see.

Damn good

Worked like a dream on my
2017 Jeep.


Trim Serum

Great product and services

Even through distribution issues they have reached out and been super responsive. The products are amazing and the staff has been even better.

No good

The product washed off in first rain. I would recommend cooking oil over this product.