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    i second krazy cleen the stuff works great

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    This is what many professionals use.

    For "Severe BUT safe Cleaning"

    Routine Cleaning and Protectant:

    Also if you have mildewed vinly this will help you I am sure as it did me!:

    Any chorine product or abrasive will etch the "vinyl skin" which is a surface UV protectent layer and will age the vinyl considerably over time and cause coloration and/or fading and micro-cracking.

    My .02...
    Last edited by Hydrocruiser; 05-27-2008 at 08:56 PM.
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    Ginger or Mary Ann? Charter Member US1 Fountain's Avatar
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    I HATE the Magic Erasers!

    Everytime I use one to spot clean, I have to do the whole interior. You 'think' it's clean, until you Erase it.

    Then 303 afterwards. Always.

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    Mean Green from Family Dollar or Dollar General. Works excellent and it's cheap!

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    It all depends on what you are trying to clean off of your vinyl always remember "Likes dissolve Likes".
    I like the Magic Erasers but they are abrasive and can remove the UV top coat off of some vinyl. The best way to clean vinyl is to protect it from staining in the first place.
    Here is a read about cleaning vinyl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by US1 Fountain View Post
    I HATE the Magic Erasers!

    Everytime I use one to spot clean, I have to do the whole interior. You 'think' it's clean, until you Erase it.

    Then 303 afterwards. Always.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sy goldberg View Post
    stecz's breath !
    im gonna have to hurt you....

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    Quote Originally Posted by stecz20 View Post
    im gonna have to hurt you....
    Stecz said the same to the dirt on his vinyl and it was so scared it ran away. He just scared it off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MM1 View Post
    Soft scrub with bleach. Use a small amount on a brush scrub it in then let it sit for 5 minutes and rinse it off. It works great
    I used this approach this weekend and was happy with the results....

    I did wipe it off quickly though and then used a HEAVY dosage of protectant.

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