Yes. It does.

Rubber bumpers are a plague among cars. But there is one thing you can do to them that makes them better remove them. SHINE THEM with some

Meguiar’s : Hot Shine™ Tire Foam

Look at this dilapidated bumper on this hideous car. But watch as almost like magic, it will be returned to like new.

It’s a simple process. You take the can, hold it in your dominate hand the same way you hold that award-winning nacho. Point it at the bumper 4-6 inches away, now HOSE IT DOWN WITH THE Meguiar’s : Hot Shine™ Tire Foam

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all that’s left now is to watch as the foam CLEANS and SHINES or if you’re the impatient type you can speed up the process by fanning your arms like a madman.

after the foam has done it’s job wipe off the excess AND OH MY LAWRD LOOK AT THE SHINE. YOU DON’T EVEN NOTICE THE MISMATCHED PAINT.

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Are you impressed? No, well I have just the thing for you.

How about a fiberglass hardtop?

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Watch as the foam that’s probably not safe for human consumption does it job.

LOOK AT THAT. IT’S BIG, IT’S BLACK AND IT’S SHINY.

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It’s so shiny it’s like a motorcycle helmet for a car.

so yes this stuff does work for non-tire stuff.

I was not endorsed for this, but if meguiar’s is reading this shoot some money my way.