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    Probbaly been covered a number of times before, but what is the best way to clean and remove small marks from soft top? Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete360 View Post
    Probbaly been covered a number of times before, but what is the best way to clean and remove small marks from soft top? Cheers
    I use the autoglym fabric roof cleaner and conditioner, works well with the agitator sponge

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    Just doing a Z4 hood with the Autoglym this morning, will let you know how i get on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bueller View Post
    Just doing a Z4 hood with the Autoglym this morning, will let you know how i get on
    Try their suggested tip of covering over with a plastic sheet, overnight, once spray is on... it will give the moisture a better chance of doing its job, particularly in this heat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hud View Post
    I use the autoglym fabric roof cleaner and conditioner, works well with the agitator sponge

    Yes good stuff, also used it on my old spider. That and a sticky clothes roller to pick up small hairs etc combined works well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hud View Post
    Try their suggested tip of covering over with a plastic sheet, overnight, once spray is on... it will give the moisture a better chance of doing its job, particularly in this heat
    Thanks for the tip, I tried it and the top has come up a treat, all of the crease lines and fold marks have all but dissapeared! its raining this morning and the water is rolling off it nicely instead of collecting in puddles

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    I've recently bought and used this kit from 303 and am very impressed. It's easy to work into the fabric and the fabric guard water repellant coating works a treat. I found it a little less messy to use than the Autoglymm cleaner.

    http://www.motorgeek.co.uk/fabric-cleaning-p-98.html

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