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Old 08-22-2013, 08:10 PM
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Thanks. A complete color change could be done but just plan on re-dying every 3 or 4 years on areas that may wear more. Literally looks brand new if your vinyl is in good shape. Will definitely buy you some time if the interior is marginal. Once you commit though, there's no going back since this stuff does not come off. Don't use solvents to clean overspray or vinyl in general as it just makes it worse and will make the vinyl dry out and crack. Same goes for people I see that use 409, soft scrub or the like. Will kill you vinyl by the following season.
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