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Hello.

I've tried cleaning my soft top with the auto glym kit on the market but...

It hasn't really done much, even with a more abrasive brush on stubborn marks.

Are there any products that work a bit better but still without causing damage?

Thanks in advance

David

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Hi David

When your soft top has gone a bit green and slimy and you are using the  Autoglym hood cleaner I found that the only way to get a result was to let the foam dwell for several minutes and then use a toothbrush to agitate it. When rinsing off use a toothbrush (or some other soft brush) to keep agitating. If the hood is really dirty be prepared to do it again . Cloth holds so much muck that it takes some time to restore the dark colour. I think it’s about the scrubbing rather than the brand . Hope this helps 

 

Chris

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