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Old 09-10-2002, 11:01 AM
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I got my S2k Silver/Red a month ago. I'm in AZ with the top down 90% of the time, so the red rollover bars already have ground in dirt on them that does not easily come out.

Has anyone with the MY2002 Red interior used a product to clean the rollover bars that DOES NOT remove the color from the rollover bar?

I don't want to use something that is so strong, it begins to take pigment off the bar.

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rollover bars...
do you mean the roll bars?
if so, they are plastic/ vinyl covered, so i use vinylex. it cleans and gives them a very slight shine (a second app makes the shine greater if you want).
vinylex will not remove color on any car.
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by wanabe
[B]rollover bars...
do you mean the roll bars?
if so, they are plastic/ vinyl covered, so i use vinylex.
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i think that this should get you there:

http://properautocare.com/lex1215.html

also many stores including auto parts stores and maybe even your honda dealer-
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I've never had mine too dirty, but I use the Zaino cleaner, then their conditioner. Their instructions say that the stuff works on both Leather and vinyl, so I bought it. I didn't want to have to figure out what's leather and what's not, so it seemed the easy solution. I really like the stuff - it increases the richness of the red, of the leather, the vinyl, AND of the plastic. I apply the conditioner with my bare hands - allows you to really rub it in properly!

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by SilverS2KAZ
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Thanks, where do you get this stuff?
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