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    rwrogers11's Avatar
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    Apr 2011
    Katy, Tx

    Cleaning the cover

    I can clean the cover, condition it, and yet two days later it looks like a car from a junk yard. I have so much pollen and gunk on it. Whats your thoughts on using a car wax, maybe one that you mix in the water? Or any other thoughts on cleaning and protecting my cover?


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    May 2011

    Re: Cleaning the cover

    Not too sure about car products on the cover. I do have customers that use it, but remember it is vinyl. One thing I found that does work well is a product called "Jack's Magic Spa Cover Wipes". It's like a Armor All for the cover. Creates a protective layer. Can be used as often as needed. There are lots of stuff out there, but I kind of like the simplicity oif this one. Keep in mind, this is my opinion.

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    Scottsdale, AZ

    Re: Cleaning the cover

    Lexol Vinylex has been working great on mine.
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