Subaru.co.uk's latest incarnation is a complete mess for accessories. They seem to have populated the Legacy and Outback sections and nothing else.Subaru's website - SOOOOOO confusing and disjointed...
Peugeot 205 GTi wheel arches have the same problem... I used Halfords "Vinyl paint" (I believe that's what it was called) on my CTi rebuild project, worked a treat on the plastics both inside and out.quick update - I tried applying back to crap and a couple of other bumper 'restorers' to the mudflaps but the plastic is only slightly textured and pretty much impermeable so the results are good for about 3 hours then they fade again! I even tried kiwi parade gloss but that didn't work in to the plastic either. So the choices are - 1, stay as they are (unacceptable), or 2, restore using prepping, priming, spraying (OK but what if the job fails) or 3, buy replacements. Well, for £60-odd I can only afford option 2.
Can anyone recommend a good plastic primer please? Imagining that boat hull primer might be good as hulls flex and are prone to come into contact with water(!)