[DML] Re: Dash Mat Blues
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[DML] Re: Dash Mat Blues

Thanks Toby - nope haven't used Armorall for years (thinking over 15), just placed the dash mat on in February placed a car cover on the car and now the brown mess.. the car was stored indoors in a temp controlled space!! 

> > 
> > Randal
> Randal - Did you by chance use Armorall on the dash before covering it up?  I understand from some detailers that I know that it has a definite tendency to turn brown after awhile.  They tell me that when you see tires with a brownish tinge to them, it invariably means that Armorall has been applied.  As far as a solution to this, I will have to track these guys down and ask them for the old family secret on how to remove this effect from vinyl.  I would suggest that some of the high quality vinyl and rubber cleaners might be able to remove this issue.  Perhaps 3M?  
> Vinyl Cleaner & Restorer
> Model # 153226   |   Manuf. # 09029
> Toby Peterson  VIN 248 "Winged1"
> DMC Northwest


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