[DML] Re: Is it wise to use a dashboard mat?
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[DML] Re: Is it wise to use a dashboard mat?

For all my vinyl pieces I use a product called 303. All I can say is
that it is great stuff and it really helps protect against UV rays!

I have a '69 Mustang, and the visors to it were extremely dirty with
all the grime stuck in the little pores and I used the Armor All. I
mean I soaked it with the Armor All and a half hour later after it
dried the dirt was still there. I used this 303 product once and the
visors still look new and that was 3 years ago! 

So I am very impressed with this stuff and I am still using it today.
 Plus I keep using this on my original NCT tires so they don't start
to crack and dry rot.

Here is the link if you want to see some information about it:



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "sweetp01569" <paul.sweet@...> wrote:
> My dash is in relatively good shape.  There are no heat-related 
> cracks, but know that vinyl is brittle (I dropped a wrench on the 
> surface of my glove box last year and a quarter sized 
> section "shattered" on impact.  I suspect any part of the dash could 
> crack under further sun exposure.  Is it wise to cover it with a dash 
> mat, or is a sunshade for the windshield good enough.  If a dash mat 
> is recommended, what brand do people rely on?
> Thanks,
> Paul

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