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What is a good prroduct for preserving vinyl tops?
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Personally, i've always been a fan of Meguiars waxes and protectants mostly because i've found their waxes and glazes to be the easiest to work with which usually means you wind up with a car that looks better in the end. Because if you cant get the wax off the car just doesnt look right...LOL

If found this one their website: http://www.meguiars.com/store_meguiars/ ... &store=meg and i believe they also have one that is supposed to leave a natural shine rather than glossy.

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I prefer Mothers products. I know they make a convertible top cleaner because i had to buy it for somebody once but i dont know the exact name of it.
 
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I prefer Mothers products. I know they make a convertible top cleaner because i had to buy it for somebody once but i dont know the exact name of it.
Actually the name of it is "convertible top cleaner" Ive used it on my moms car and it works good.
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vinyl top protection

Thanks all for the input. CBS
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