Door Trim faded really bad

Topher

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Good day all, Is there away to get this looking back to rest of the trim. Its only in this one spot as far I see but I have tried Car Guys Trim Restore and Cerakote Trim Coat
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It looks worn to me to the point where it would need to be replaced. I'd imagine it shouldn't be terribly expensive to replace.
 

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At least you didn’t slice yours open with a pressure washer…I need a drivers door trim replacement myself. About 160 bucks I think.
 

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Oh dang sliced it with a pressure washer shoot that's some powerful water pressure. Im sure there is some shortage tax, think ford said it was $363
 

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Oh dang sliced it with a pressure washer shoot that's some powerful water pressure. Im sure there is some shortage tax, think ford said it was $363
I forgot to dial it down from the pressure I use to blast red clay off my driveway. 3000psi on rubber is not a good idea.
 

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I would try Adam's rubber cleaner as that stuff is pretty good but I'm gonna agree with most on here, looks like its worn down and needs to be replaced.
 

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I would try Adam's rubber cleaner as that stuff is pretty good but I'm gonna agree with most on here, looks like its worn down and needs to be replaced.
Another option maybe to try a slightly abrasive foam pad and try to even it all out. Then use some Adam black trin restorer.
 

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Ill give the Adams a shot, Thank PoterW1111 for the part replacement. Ford also said if it was something I didnt do (this is from the previous owner) it may be under warranty.. Worth a shot. Thank you all
 
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