convertible top

Discussion in 'New Owner Questions' started by garyw1, Dec 10, 2011.

  1. garyw1

    garyw1 Viper Owner

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    Ok heres a question and of course i feel silly for asking . How to clean the rag top? I never have had a convertible and am curious of the best way to do that:doh2:
     
  2. 01sapphirebob

    01sapphirebob Enthusiast

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    I just use soap and water when washing the car.
     
  3. snakem04

    snakem04 Viper Owner

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    When I clean the car I use a micro fiber mitt. But when I clean the top I use a brush. I rarely clean the top but when I do the brush works good.
     
  4. HyperViper

    HyperViper Viper Owner

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    Same soap and water as I use to clean the rest of the car. When it drys and in between cleaning, I use a lint roller.
     
  5. past ohio

    past ohio Enthusiast

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    A lttle soapy water then a lot of water flush....then when completely dry, put a product like Aerospace 303 , they make a convertible top treatment/sealant, they also make a protectorant ( something like armorall) BUT a lot better and really lasts and keeps vinyl better or on dashboards, it has a SPF40 in it, sold on line or at boat stores and used in the aviation industry for years on dashboards...my $.02
     
  6. ViperGTS

    ViperGTS Enthusiast

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  7. ViperGTS

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    Faster drying of the top by driving a little faster than 65 mph helps :drive:
     

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