Fleetwood Brougham 1995
Any good products out there that keep the vinyl top looking kind of shiny and don't dry it out?
For some reason you just reminded me of a movie Coming To America with Eddie murphy, when the parents of the guy with the geri curl activator company, got off the couch ans all you see is drip marks running down the back of the couch... :histeric:toomanytoyz said:Do you guys ever get stains on the back window???
Every freakin' morning I gets stains from the dew running off the roof and down the back window on the highway.
EVERY MORNING!!!! :devil:
I have NEVER treated the roof with anything either. I have washed it with different cleaners, but never treated it. Now I just wash it with the car, and I never go through an auto wash...
How in the hell can I stop that staining??? It's just a greasy mess... Every day I have to wash that damn rear window...
Can you see it bugs me???
How? That's what I've been trying to find out since I bought this car!!!!Katshot said:Clean and SEAL the vinyl and the staining should stop. There's obviously something leaching out of the vinyl or maybe out from under the moldings.
Do you have brand name recommendations? It would really help. I've been chasing this problem for almost 2 years now!Katshot said:Clean with an over-the-counter vinyl top cleaner or anything that is recommended for cleaning vinyl. Then follow with a poly sealer like the Mop 'n Glo I mentioned. The best thing is a vinyl top dressing but there's not many on the market anymore. Professional detailing suppliers will have it though. After the dressing dries, you should have no more streaks.