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1. Cleaner (score: 1)
Author: Richard Lancaster <>
Date: Thu, 06 Jun 1996 12:15:13 -0400
I remember that the list said NOT to use Armour All on roofs or tonneaus, but I forget what is recommended, besides soap and water to clean them. What is recommended after cleaning (this is the wax e
/html/mgs/1996-06/msg00177.html (6,608 bytes)

2. Re: Cleaner (score: 1)
Date: Thu, 6 Jun 1996 14:02:54 -0400
Meguire's products are my first recommendation. They've got a good vinyl/rubber cleaner that will leave a clean surface but not look like you painted the top with shellac. You should be able to find
/html/mgs/1996-06/msg00182.html (6,624 bytes)

3. Re: Cleaner (score: 1)
Date: Thu, 6 Jun 1996 20:02:58 -0400
In reply to your e-mail regarding tonneau care...I still have the instructions from a new tonneau I recently bought from Moss for my '73B. It is a quality one (I think it's made by Robbins). The ins
/html/mgs/1996-06/msg00196.html (8,282 bytes)

4. Re: Cleaner (score: 1)
Author: Charles Jay Horsley <>
Date: Thu, 6 Jun 1996 20:32:50 -0500 (CDT)
I just joined this list and did not see the debate on using armor all on roofs, but I will tell you this. In the hot Texas sun I just sop all my rubber parts with armor all and let it soak in. My rub
/html/mgs/1996-06/msg00200.html (7,201 bytes)

5. Re: Cleaner (score: 1)
Author: Graham McCann <>
Date: Fri, 07 Jun 1996 14:32:31 +1000
Try baby oil. It is cheap and gives things a pleasant smell. When you put it on it will probably look patchy as it soaks into the surface but will even up eventually. If it soaks in in a flash put so
/html/mgs/1996-06/msg00207.html (7,323 bytes)

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