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Mike I have used son of a bitch but I don’t think I’ve used son of a gun.....LOL
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we own a pretty successful auto detailing business and the best for vinyl material is this. I use on my Judge and Torino.

https://www.meguiars.com/automotive/...6-152-oz-spray
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we own a pretty successful auto detailing business and the best for vinyl material is this. I use on my Judge and Torino.

https://www.meguiars.com/automotive/...6-152-oz-spray
Frank I have a black mark on the white vinyl seat of my '64 Camino.I've used Simple Green,Mr.Clean scrub pads,Meguiars vinyl cleaner,Spray Nine,etc...As a professional detailer what would you recommend?Help would be greatly appreciated!Thanks,Bill.
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Default 3 ways to Clean Vinyl Seats

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Use a specialized cleaner. While the exact technique necessary to clean vinyl seats varies depending on the product youíve chosen to use, you can generally begin by wiping the seats down with a damp rag, then applying the vinyl cleaner to another clean, damp rag. After that, gently wipe the vinyl cleaning solution across the surface of the vinyl seat.
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Use an ammonia mix. Mix one tablespoon of ammonia, ľ cup (59 milliliters) of hydrogen peroxide, and ĺ cup (177 milliliters) of water. Scrub the vinyl seats with the mixture using a soft-bristled brush or sponge. Dry the vinyl seats by wiping them down with a dry cloth
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Clean your seats with a bleach mixture. Diluting bleach and water in a 1:1 ratio will yield an effective solution for cleaning vinyl seats. For instance, you might mix two tablespoons of bleach with two tablespoons of water. Dip a cloth, stiff-bristled brush, or sponge in the mixture. Scrub the vinyl seating down, then dry it thoroughly with a dry cloth.

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Cleaning them and putting a shine on is one thing, I’ve never seen anything to bring back hard old vinyl. At least leather you can bring it back. Has anyone ever saved vinyl, making it soft again? For years Ive searched for nice t top bags, I gave up trying yo make the vinyl soft, I ended up finding a set that was in a closet since 1978. It was soft like new. No matter what I put on the old vinyl it never was “saved”.
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Darrell, Thank you for the Oxyclean tip. My vinyl top looks exactly like the before pic you posted and I really want it to look like the after picture. I tried other products to get that deep dirt out, but nothing worked that well. How long did it take you to work that roof to get all that dirt out? A few hours? Appreciate your tips.
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