BlackWow Pro wasn't just developed for detailers, it was invented, used, and refined by a respected detailer who is known for pushing the envelope in the industry. When BlackWow Classic was first released in 2007, as years went by, better and more effective application methods were discovered and shared. The same holds true for BlackWow Pro.
When purchasing detailing products I never look at the cost. I only look at performance. BWP performs better then any trim dressing I've ever used. This bottle of BWP lasted about 6 months that's over 160 cars, one huge F150 Tono Cover and a couple of wrapped cars.
Mario Asencio- Detailing by M, CA
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BlackWow Pro 16 fl oz.
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BlackWow Pro Trial Size 1 fl oz.
BWP is a silicone based trim restorer that was created by a detailer for detailers that truly redefines how silicone products behave and perform.  Most silicone products are either sticky, shiny, or slippery.  BWP is none of these.  Silicones are fantastic for restoring trim because they are extremely stable, resistant to water, temperature, and sunlight.
However most people associate silicone with plastic dressings that are shiny or attract dust. Even the BlackWow Classic was a little shiny before it’s first wash, but it needed time to absorb so we advised people to apply it, let it soak for a week, then give it a nice wash.  While BlackWow Pro isn’t slippery, it is still silicone based and not recommended on any driving control surfaces or areas that might be walked or stepped on.
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Plastic protected with BlackWow is hydrophobic

Unprotected plastic hit by rain

Two thumbs up from us great job with that product and i don't say that much. Kind of goofy getting excited about a product like that but that's how us detailer's get i guess when something does what its supposed too
Gabriel Caban- Santiban Customs, TX
Come be a part of this revolution and discover what amazing things that this silicone based product can do for you to make your work look better, last longer, be safer for your treated parts, and spend less time achieving this!
Thanks for making such a great product, I use it every chance I get.
Kody Keuter- New Image Auto Detailing, TX
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Absolutely love this, I will reorder in about 4-5 months so I am not with out.
Chris Russell- Russell Auto Detailing Service, NE
Updated March 2014
Available in the USA from:

  6. Kinder Car Care- Lomansville, KY
  7. 3D Car Care- Santa Ana, CA
  8. 3D Car Care- Montclair, CA

BlackWow Pro goes on easy and lasts for a very long time. Even as it starts to fade off in darkness, the surface stays uniform instead of getting blotchy, and it will continue to bead water.
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I applied it to faded red plastic trim on a small truck today that was chalky pink. Guess what? It's deep shiny red now.
Kris Regina-Jacksonville, FL
BlackWow Pro can be sprayed on with an airbrush or put into a spray can. Durability won't be diminished by spraying but unless you wipe it down or prep the surfaces first, you won't see maximum durability. In the case on the right, the results were diminished after 3 months with just a spray and no prep or follow up wiping.
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I have always hated "traditional" trim dressings because they never looked good enough for me. Well I'm glad to say I found a "different" kind of dressing made by my new friend Richard Lin of ShowCar Detailing in Anaheim Hills. He's a detailer and he made BlackWow™. This stuff is awesome! I am now going to offer this to my customers!
Mario Asencio- Detailing by M's- RSM, CA

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How Durable is BlackWow Pro?

What Happens When You Get BlackWow Pro on Glass?

BlackWow Pro is Flexible! It Can Be Sprayed On at 100%

BlackWow Pro Retails for US$69.95 in a 16 fl oz. bottle
Directions: Generously apply BlackWow Pro to your applicator and work into material. It will absorb in seconds. Reapply as needed to reach material saturation.

Application Notes:
  1. Absorbs in seconds. As long as you see it absorb, no additional prep is necessary.
  2. Apply multiple coats until surface is uniform. If it hasn't faded in a few minutes, it will stay that way.
  3. Some plastics aren't porous enough to permit proper absorption. Durability will be lower and achieving uniformity may be more difficult.
  4. If you get BlackWow Pro on glass or paint, just wipe it.

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