Restoring (and I do mean 'Restoring!') Plastic
kyrrin at bluefeathertech.com
Sat Sep 24 09:11:39 CDT 2005
Hi, Kevin & Tom,
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On 23-Sep-05 at 08:58 Gavin Thomas Nicol wrote:
>On Sep 22, 2005, at 7:34 PM, Parker, Kevin wrote:
>> Have you tried Armour All (that's what its called here) - its used
>> revitalising Vinyl and other plastic type stuff
>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.
That's a factor for sure, but I'm also dealing with HDPE, not vinyl. The surface is very different from anything I've seen in a car.
Also, as I mentioned: These are going to need more than just rubbing with a cleaner or polish (I've already tried that, with some stuff made especially for high-density plastics). I actually need to take off the surface layer, as in smoothing it down, and then polish it. Armour All is simply not up to a task like that (I know 'cause I've used it myself on other things).
Bruce Lane, Owner & Head Hardware Heavy,
Blue Feather Technologies -- http://www.bluefeathertech.com
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