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Thread: Avalanche Cladding

  • Dec 16th, 2005, 12:52 PM#1

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    Avalanche Cladding

    Are there any ideas to keep the black cladding from fadding


  • Dec 16th, 2005, 01:12 PM#2

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    Sorry, but it is almost impossible...

    Read here

    However, there is a strange possibility. Sounds weird but works better than any dressing. Use Future floor polish:

    Read here

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  • Apr 3rd, 2008, 09:51 AM#5

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    Re: Avalanche Cladding

    Seems the archive is working again!

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  • Aug 4th, 2008, 05:24 PM#6

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    Re: Avalanche Cladding

    QuoteOriginally Posted by BenceView Post

    Sorry, but it is almost impossible...

    Read here

    However, there is a strange possibility. Sounds weird but works better than any dressing. Use Future floor polish:

    Read here

    Look for Guess My Name's posts!


    I hate to dig this up again, but has anyone used the Future on automotive plastics yet?

  • Dec 19th, 2008, 10:28 AM#7

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    Re: Avalanche Cladding

    In the Chevy Avalanche Fan Club site, they are talking about a product called Refinish Restorer or something like that.

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  • Dec 19th, 2008, 10:59 AM#10

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    Re: Avalanche Cladding

    I'd just like to share something with you guys even though this thread is old, Mr clean magic eraser for your textured black plastic exterior trim.

    I get wax on my black side molding all the time, I simply mask it off once im done and rub it down with a fresh magic eraser and it's perfect / like new.

    DO NOT TOUCH THE PAINT WITH THE ERASER IT'S AN ABRASIVE.


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    The 2002 Chevy Avalanche was introduced with a light gray plastic body cladding that was intended to provide a next-generation distinctive look and add protection in high wear areas. The 2003 model featured darker cladding, but by mid-year public outcry over problems prompted the company to offer the Avalanche WBH model (Without Body Hardware).

    According to Wikipedia, the Avalanche cladding developed cosmetic issues such as a chalky, faded look with streaking and discoloration resulting from heat and sunlight exposure.  General Motors agreed to a one-time treatment using a product called ArmorDillo (not to be confused with ArmorThane).  This solution only lasted six months. Their findings also indicated that the cladding cannot be painted to a suitable finish.

    The permanent solution to discoloration and other cladding damage is ArmorThane polyurethane.  This is the same material used to spray bed liners to prevent scratching and denting. Because the cladding is somewhat flexible, it’s important to note that ArmorThane also bends and stretches with the surface so it never cracks or peels like other coatings. To coat the cladding in place requires sanding and prepping with a conversion coating to ensure the polyurethane permanently adheres.  If the panels are removed and encapsulated with the spraying process, the conversion coating is not needed.

    With a wide range of colors, customers can choose to match existing cladding, match the OEM body paint, or select a contrasting color.  A ColorCoat additive also eliminates future fading, even in extreme environments.

    Here is one customer’s story.  Steffan’s 2002 Avalanche was side-swiped, damaging the driver side running board back to the rear bumper. A hole was gouged in the cladded running board and a piece of cladding was creased on the rear quarter panel in front of the tire.

    Steffan’s first step was to remove the running board and have it repaired.  Then he had both running boards sprayed at the ArmorThane dealer, using a special polyurethane.  He realized that the rest of the damaged cladding could not simply be replaced with new pieces because the color would not match the old cladding.  Steffan looked into paint and Gatorback but had had previous problems with peeling.

    After seeing the results of the coated running boards, Steffan decided to remove all of the old cladding and have the dealer spray the pieces with ArmorThane.  Unfortunately he found another problem in that there was rust underneath the cladding so the body also had to be repaired. The project had to be extended over a longer period than expected.

    With polyurethane, there is no issue of fading so the restoration could occur as time and resources permitted. Steffan was particularly pleased with the durability and textured finish of the coating. When he was at a baseball game, the Avalanche’s newly-finished rear quarter panel took a direct hit from a foul ball. To his surprise there was no damage.

    Watch the whole story on the YouTube video.

    ArmorThane polyurethane maintains the “Avalanche look” but is much tougher.  We nicknamed it “Armorlanche”.

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    Can you take the plastic off of a Chevy Avalanche?

    The cladding on a Chevrolet Avalanche is made of gray or black plastic material. Some Avalanche owners remove the cladding and leave it off for a smoother look, while others remove the Avalance cladding to have it painted to match the truck and then re-installed.

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    Furthermore, can you paint the plastic on an avalanche?

    The same type of cladding material is used along the lower portion of the entire vehicle. You can paint the cladding on an Avalanche for a matching or contrasting look.

    Furthermore, what is Black Diamond Avalanche? Black Diamond Avalanches will feature body-colored bed surrounds, a unique badge on the sail panel, additional features on LS and LT models, and lower prices across the lineup. "The Black Diamond Avalanche is our way of saying 'Thank you' and making it just a little more attractive to own one more Avalanche."

    Also question is, why was the Avalanche discontinued?

    Sport utility trucks have fallen out of favor in the past several years, with the discontinuation of the Ford Explorer Sport Trac, the Hummer H2T and now the Avalanche. Analysts say that the Avalanche's discontinuation is likely due to the rising popularity of other crew cab pickup trucks and its relatively high price.

    What do you use for avalanche plastic?

    To permanently repair and restore cladding such as on a Chevy Avalanche you need professionally-applied polyurethane. Paint and other products are known to peel and fade. The material is the same rugged coating that is sprayed on truck bed liners.

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    Thread: Best product for plastic trim on Chevy Avalanche?

  • 03-07-2011, 06:42 PM#1

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    Of my current product selection what would be the best product for restoring the color to the faded trim of a Chevy Avalanche? Currently I have KAIO, poorboys trim restorer, Lucas exterior trim & tire, and some other all purpose dressings. I need something that will not run with about 3 months durability (dealer car).



    Usually on trim I use the poorboys, but becasue of the amount of plastic I`m dealing with on an Avalanche I want to make sure I am using the best product for the job.



    BTW, it is for a job I am doing tomorrow so I would appreciate any input ASAP

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  • 03-08-2011, 08:50 PM#3

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    Second that on the KAIO, good stuff!

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  • 03-09-2011, 12:14 PM#4

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    The KAIO did not help at all...it was badly faded. The Poorboys brought the color back (needed to coats), but it was a bit shiny looking for my liking. I checked out an Avalanche forum and the most recommended product there is something called Refinish Restorer or something...it is supposed to look great and last a long time (6+ months).


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  • 03-09-2011, 01:09 PM#6

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    This stuff is one of the most amazing products in my arsenal. I have applied to a couple of my own cars on the trim, plastics, and tires. They have been through about 2 rain storms and 3-4 washes. They still look black and the water still beads and runs off. It is truly awesome. Only a small amount of product is needed as well. Place a small drop on an applicator pad and spread that sucker out as much as you can. One drop of it goes a long ways!



    Forgot to add, this will not give it that shiny/oily wet look. Just a good dark dry look. It doesn`t even put shine on my tires, just makes them look dark and new.


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  • 03-11-2011, 01:47 PM#10

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    Jpostal, I have been using Future Floor wax. It isn`t wax at all, it has a chemical smell. It`s more like a sealant. It must be put on to a CLEAN surface. Scrubbing with a brush and IPA wipe down before application is what I generally do. This is the only thing that I have found that lasts. I have gotten 4 months out of this. Dylan SVRT is a whole lot better than ver.1 but it still does streak after getting wet! Not as bad but it does. There is a permanent fix for trim but it has to be sprayed on with a HVLP spray gun. I think it was called gator or anaconda??? Don`t remember, but it does last forever. Or a least 5 years, that the oldest I`ve seen. Still looks like the day it was sprayed. Future can be bought at the big home improvement centers.


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  • 03-11-2011, 03:12 PM#12

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by maxepr1

    Jpostal, I have been using Future Floor wax. It isn`t wax at all, it has a chemical smell. It`s more like a sealant. It must be put on to a CLEAN surface. Scrubbing with a brush and IPA wipe down before application is what I generally do. This is the only thing that I have found that lasts. I have gotten 4 months out of this. Dylan SVRT is a whole lot better than ver.1 but it still does streak after getting wet! Not as bad but it does. There is a permanent fix for trim but it has to be sprayed on with a HVLP spray gun. I think it was called gator or anaconda??? Don`t remember, but it does last forever. Or a least 5 years, that the oldest I`ve seen. Still looks like the day it was sprayed. Future can be bought at the big home improvement centers.



    I think you are talking about the GatorBack coatings.





    What I have been using to restore trim and not just cover them up with dressings like opt trim restorer is showroom new. It is a dye that re-stains and restores the plastics. They have both black and grey for both types of trim. I`ve been testing it for over a year now and the trim I have restored have still not faded and are still the same as day one.

  • 03-11-2011, 03:41 PM#13

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    GTechniq C4 will end your trim probelms for good.


  • 03-11-2011, 06:27 PM#14

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    Yes Gatorback is one of them. It is a dye, I hear it works well! The stuff I`m refering to is clear either matte or gloss kind of like G4 but not as expensive. I`ve only seen the matte, and it looked dam good after a application 5 years prior! My clear bra guy used to apply it.


  • 03-12-2011, 12:35 PM#15

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    ....I just put an order in for Gechniq C4 last week from Pak Shak. My Dad has a later model Avalanche and (frankly) he is at the age where he simply doesn`t have the stamina or will to constantly apply products to keep the plastic surfaces looking good. Dressings are easier since you typically just apply and wipe off but none of them are even close to providing a semi-permanent solution (not to mention the issue with streaking on the painted surfaces after rain or morning dew). Some of my LSP solutions are also out of the question simply because I can`t rely on the fact that he would be able to keep up the maintenance to ensure they remain in good condition after restoring. ....I also think the textured finish may pose a bit of a challenge.



    Anyhow, if C4 works as advertised (assuming I am able to even restore his trim at this point), we will both be happy campers. I will make sure to post pics once my order comes in and I get a chance to get down there to try a test panel.


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    Restoring cladding?

    Restoring the plastics has been a very well discussed topic in this forum and on Facebook groups for these trucks.

    My preference is a product called Carworx Refinish Restorer.

    You can read the description of the product in the link above.

    If you are looking for a permanent solution, then painting all of the plastic seems to be the way to go.

    The Carworx product gives me the look I desire and it does last a long time.

    But no wipe on product is going to last forever and some have undesirable characteristics, like running down the truck's paint when they get wet or just not lasting very long.

    I first used Carworx over 8 years ago on my 2004 EXT bed panels.

    My brother had used this product for years, with great results, on his 2004 Z-71 that he had purchased new, and recommended it to me.

    Here is a picture of how my EXT bed panels look when treated with Carworx Refinish Restorer.

    I do not have a "before" photo, but the bed panels were a nasty light chalky grey all over when I first bought the truck.

    EXTBEDPANELS001.JPG

    I use this product to treat every black plastic surface on my trucks, including running boards, outside mirror trim, the entire inside of the bed and tailgate and bumper trim.

    Here is a picture of my 2003 Z-66 Avalanche after I spent less than an hour applying the Carworx product to all of the plastic cladding on that truck.

    2003 Avalanche Z-66.jpg

    I bought that truck used back in February, 2020 with 241K m miles on it.

    I personally knew the previous owner and the history of the truck.

    At no time since the truck was new had the previous owner ever applied any sort of treatment to the plastics.

    All of the plastics were dull, chalky and extremely faded, especially the bed panels.

    The truck was a company work truck and even though they kept it clean, no effort was made to detail it like one of us would have done.

    Now, it looks pretty good, I think.

    Both of my trucks will continue to receive fresh treatments of Carworx, as needed.

    As mentioned above, DO NOT USE HEAT TO TREAT YOUR PLASTICS.

    Doing so may give you a good, short term, result.

    But, the real damage to the actual plastic material is severe and permanent.

    After applying heat to the plastics, your only real option to recover the plastic is to paint.

    No other process will make any difference, including the Carworx product.

    Plus, the actual plastic will be damaged and weaker.

    Just don't do it.

     

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    2. 05-31-2010, 09:21 PM#2

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      Re: Chevy Avalanche - Wash, Wax and Plastic Restore

      I love the conditioned trim. I HATE to see cars with "grey" plastic trim. I like mine a bit glossy as well.

      Good job.


    3. 05-31-2010, 10:04 PM#3

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      Re: Chevy Avalanche - Wash, Wax and Plastic Restore

      Nice work! That color combo really compliment each other.

      When sniffing around for a long-lasting trim dressing I found myself on an Avalanche Forum where they appeared to have tried everything on all that plastic. Some reported extremely good results by using Future floor wax on the trim. I know for a fact on airplane applications the stuff is poison on critical rubber applications. I haven't seen any adverse reports on Avalanche trim though.

      So, is the product you're using a secret or aren't you particularly proud of it?

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    4. 05-31-2010, 11:10 PM#4

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      Re: Chevy Avalanche - Wash, Wax and Plastic Restore

      QuoteOriginally Posted by TLMitchellView Post
      Nice work! That color combo really compliment each other.

      When sniffing around for a long-lasting trim dressing I found myself on an Avalanche Forum where they appeared to have tried everything on all that plastic. Some reported extremely good results by using Future floor wax on the trim. I know for a fact on airplane applications the stuff is poison on critical rubber applications. I haven't seen any adverse reports on Avalanche trim though.

      So, is the product you're using a secret or aren't you particularly proud of it?

      TL
      Refinish Restorer IS the product (as he listed) I have seen other Avalanche people talking about it as well, they say they can find it in local paint stores.

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    5. 06-01-2010, 08:45 AM#5

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      QuoteOriginally Posted by Jenn1270View Post

      I love the conditioned trim. I HATE to see cars with "grey" plastic trim. I like mine a bit glossy as well.

      Good job.

      Yeah when black trim is almost white its not a great look and the worse it gets the harder it is to restore.

      QuoteOriginally Posted by TLMitchellView Post
      Nice work! That color combo really compliment each other.

      When sniffing around for a long-lasting trim dressing I found myself on an Avalanche Forum where they appeared to have tried everything on all that plastic. Some reported extremely good results by using Future floor wax on the trim. I know for a fact on airplane applications the stuff is poison on critical rubber applications. I haven't seen any adverse reports on Avalanche trim though.

      So, is the product you're using a secret or aren't you particularly proud of it?

      TL
      No I listed it eariler and as cobalt listed below. There was a Avalanche thread a few months ago were me and a few others discussed dressing the plastic. The only other stuff that is out there that only worked for a few months was ArmorDillo TS-1 which only last a few months.

      QuoteOriginally Posted by cobalt9123View Post

      Refinish Restorer IS the product (as he listed) I have seen other Avalanche people talking about it as well, they say they can find it in local paint stores.


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    6. 06-01-2010, 09:45 AM#6

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      Here is another picture I made to crop together a side by side.


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