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Old 10-27-2009, 02:21 PM   #1
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Products to restore ragtop condition???

Products to restore ragtop condition??? ...2001 M3 ragtop, its beginning to fade and have crease marks...
what do you guys recommend to use to restore the colour, elimate or hide the crease marks, and be water resistant?

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Try Raggtopp cleaner and Raggtopp protectant. Been pretty good for my s2000 so far. Made it more black looking and water beads off. No residue, no oil based crap that runs onto windows when it rains. I don't swear by it yet since I have only used one application 3 weeks ago. Overseas Auto sells it for about $35 for a complete kit. They will give you a slight RS discount as well.
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Try Raggtopp cleaner and Raggtopp protectant. Been pretty good for my s2000 so far. Made it more black looking and water beads off. No residue, no oil based crap that runs onto windows when it rains. I don't swear by it yet since I have only used one application 3 weeks ago. Overseas Auto sells it for about $35 for a complete kit. They will give you a slight RS discount as well.


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This shit is awesome, apply the cleaner and even after 1 wipe your terry cloth will turn black. It deep cleans extremely well but the protectant is quite tricky, but looks awesome when it's applied properly. The protectant has silicon so it's a bit sticky so be careful when applying it, it may drip on to windows and it's a bitch to clean off, it may also look streaky if you do not apply it evenly. So take your time with the protectant it's gorgeous when complete though. Goodluck.
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RaggTopp is supposed to be the best stuff available on the market right now.
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