There is a product called 303 which is meant to be much better than
Armoral and the other silicone type products. Apparently vinyl has
to breathe and silicone stops that. I went to buy the stuff from
local retailer who said I had to enter my info into their computer -
I said no - here's my money give me the 303. Chap said could not do
that - I had to go on their data base. So I walked out. Maybe it
was a screwed up shop assistant.
The auto-shop here that specialises in vinyl covered car roofs and
interiors says just wash with water and a tiny amount of liquid
detergent. Same advice from Prestige Auto-Trim
At 01:44 PM 8/25/2006, Bob D. wrote:
>Now that I've spent the big bucks for a new vinyl top, what measues
>should I take to make it last? I see a lot of the (shiney) silicone
>products claim to be good for vinyl, but I've aiso heard warnings
>about silicone. My car is daily driver and the top sees a LOT of UV.
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