Restoring (and I do mean 'Restoring!') Plastic
brad at heeltoe.com
Fri Sep 23 14:59:39 CDT 2005
Gavin Thomas Nicol wrote:
>FWIW. I used to use Armour All, but I found that for some things
>(Vinyl on seats in particular), Armour All + Sun = Dried and Cracked.
Ugg - I *never* use Armour All on a car - anywhere. It's evil.
There are many many good products for rubber and vinyl on cars. Black
again, Sonax and Meguiar products are all really good.
Read this: http://www.carcareonline.com/viewarticle.aspx?art=13
Go to Car Care Specialties www.carecareonline.com and read his "howto's".
Letherique changed my life - I took old leather 911 seats and made them
new again. The Sonax saved many rubber seals for me.
I have to assume these products would also work on the same materials used
[Nothing better than running your fingers over a fine automobile, covered
with carnuba wax :-)]
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