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Old 04-20-2015, 10:15 PM   #21
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I'd be very cautious of using anything on the roof other than a mild soap/ detergent.

I prefer full synthetics. Easy on, easy off, long application life. I have found a lot of the quick detailers have a short application life span.

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As I had mentioned above, the Rubber Roof cleaner is made by the manufacturer of my rubber roof however the Manufacturer sent me the cleaning details and it says just soap and water with a broom style brush so that's what I will do is just wash it every 3 months or so.
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Old 04-20-2015, 10:28 PM   #22
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I'd be very cautious of using anything on the roof other than a mild soap/ detergent.

I prefer full synthetics. Easy on, easy off, long application life. I have found a lot of the quick detailers have a short application life span.

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The quick detailer's are what you put on your hot rod while in the parking lot at the local burger joint. They are good for about a 1/2 day. I know.
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Old 04-30-2015, 11:06 AM   #23
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Waxes & Roof Protection

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So for those out there that are old enough to remember, there was, and still is a product called Liquid Glass. I rediscovered this last year when I purchased a new car and wanted to protect the finish. It is extremely easy to put on and after drying, remove. The more coats you put on, the better the protection! And it lasts! I have used this on my Silverback, putting 3 coats on the nose. Bugs, dirt, whatever, come off with little effort. The sides only require one coat. The good news is that it really does last. The bad news is that it is pricey, but you can find it on either ebay or amazon. Autozone does sell it, but they want $35 per can.
Regarding the roof. If you follow the advice above, you want go wrong. Bottom line, the more you can cover it and protect it from the sun when not in use, the longer it will last.
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