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Unread 07-12-2007, 10:02 PM   #1
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Default Cleaning a top

This is the way I have found to clean these tops and it gets all the dirt black streaks and all off pretty easy.

This is what I started with.



I then started cleanning by using simple green and a rag to get the regular dirt off. This is what was left black streaks and just grim. I sprayed it again with simple green. My secret is using one of those Mr. Clean erasers. Man those things work great.


Remember the black streaks they are all but gone. I mean gone. This is it now.



Just wanted to show what a little cleanning can do for a top.
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Unread 07-12-2007, 10:14 PM   #2
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Mr Clean erasers are great even on the carts to!!!
We also use westleys bleach for white walls on tires
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I use that stuff too, Jamie. But now I'll have to stop.

Some kind of stuff called Super Clean, it's in a purple bottle, works GREAT for engine compartments. It cuts grease and grime with no trouble at all.
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I use that stuff too, Jamie. But now I'll have to stop.

Some kind of stuff called Super Clean, it's in a purple bottle, works GREAT for engine compartments. It cuts grease and grime with no trouble at all.
You need to hit the hold downs on the yama again with that stuff!!!

We got some type of acid that they is used on dump truck bodies 5 gal $25.00 and then you dilute it with 50 -60 % water..And makes everything look new in engine compartment.Heck it even sold the old marathon
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I have some too. Except mine is called "elbow grease."
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I have some too. Except mine is called "elbow grease."


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For a 12-year-old, you sure have a bad mouth.
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Thx for the tip Andy I have to try them out.
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