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Old 08-26-2016, 02:28 PM   #1
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Any suggestions or ingredient i should stay away from?
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The main thing is keep everything clean,no dirt build up.
people will say that armor all will hurt rubber but it wont.
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The main thing is keep everything clean,no dirt build up.
people will say that armor all will hurt rubber but it wont.
keeping it clean is not enuogh, heat in florida kills everything, mine is getting abit dull and dry.
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keeping it clean is not enuogh, heat in florida kills everything, mine is getting abit dull and dry.
Right, Im in Texas so I know what you mean.
But clean with a light coat of Armor all or similar product will keep it
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Right, Im in Texas so I know what you mean.
But clean with a light coat of Armor all or similar product will keep it
supple.
does armor all contain silicone? im doing abit research and alot of folks are saying use non silicone lubricant due to silicone damage paint. Btw whats the product called exactly?
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does armor all contain silicone? im doing abit research and alot of folks are saying use non silicone lubricant due to silicone damage paint. Btw whats the product called exactly?
Not sure whats in it ,but it stops oxidation and blocks UV rays.
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