S100 COLOUR REFRESHER
S100 Colour Refresher
S100 Colour Refresher
S100 Black & Shine Colour Refresher
S100 Black & Shine spray is a clear colour restorer for easy, fast and durable enhancement of faded surfaces, e.g. black engine block, painted and unpainted metal and plastic parts.
The product is temperature-resistant, stain-free and remains effective even after journeys in the rain and several washes.
Contains: 300 ml.
Danger. Extremely flammable aerosol. Pressurised container: may burst if heated. Causes skin irritation. May cause drowsiness or dizziness. Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects.
Manufacturer details: S100
Simply the best!
Premium quality for decades. S100 is the market leader for motorcycle care products in Germany. The S100 range of care products can boast countless test wins in independent trade magazines as well as a track record of constant innovation. Intensive research and development guarantee cutting-edge products. Made in Germany, naturally.
QUALITY MADE IN GERMANY!
By purchasing this item you have chosen a premium-quality product with superior German workmanship. This internationally acknowledged mark of quality means that this product is the result of efficiently coordinated development and production processes, technological expertise, continuous quality controls.
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1 l = €49.971
"Motorrad" magazine tested various plastic colour restorers in its 3/2017 issue. The S100 Colour Refresher was rated GOOD. The following features were given special mention:
- Very easy to use
- Very good immediate effect
- Also suitable for metal parts
- Does a fantastic job
(Two of the products tested were rated "Very Good", while four were judged "Good")
In issue 04/2010 of "MOTORRAD CLASSIC" magazine, the editorial team tested S100 Colour Refresher (formerly Black & Shine). Verdict: "....After applying the spray, it had to be left for a while to do its job, but then the housing really did regain its original deep black appearance."