April 1, 2006Does anyone have any tips on what to use for care on the vinyl convertible tops that "will not" leave an oily residue on the windows when it is rained on and drips on the windows and the body. Thanx.
April 1, 2006Go check out this site they will have all the info you need and also any product you decide to use. Great Company Great Service Great Products.
April 2, 2006your local Ford dealer's service dept shold have some stuff used it on my vert's top and worked real well can't remember the name of it though
April 2, 2006What about with my plasticish top, anything goes?
April 2, 2006The stuff the Ford Dealer is at best an average product and most likely way over priced. Go to the link i gave and you will find all the info you need for the proper care of the top no matter what it is made of. You can then get the products from them and they will be less money most likely than any dealer product and be far superior.
April 3, 2006^^^ Richard I checked out your link and seem's like the price plus S&H is a lot more than what Ford charges but maybe it's more in your area.
April 3, 2006I use Mother's Convertible Top Cleaner with a soft scrub brush....works well..
April 3, 2006Can't go wrong with anything by Mother's
April 3, 2006
Richard I checked out your link and seem's like the price plus S&H is a lot more than what Ford charges but maybe it's more in your area.
Far superior products. Also if you go and join the detailcity forum you can get a 10% discount by entering a code in the discount code box.
And of course it will be more with S&H but like i said i gaurntee the products are far superior. Just giving options.
April 3, 2006Haha! I see that you accidentally made a bad word, Richard!
April 3, 2006What the heck. How is discount a bad word?
OIC i mispelled it. Hahahahahah
April 4, 2006Just so everyone knows the first thing I did purchase was the "Ford" vynil (sp?) care which they told me was for the convertible tops, this is the one that when it rains or moisture runs from the top onto the windows or body it leaves a armorall type residue. I'm looking for a protectant that stays where you put it with no worries of residue and leaves a clean dark finish on my top. Thanks again for everyones help.