Armor All Leave On Hack To Restore Old Goldwing Plastic and Rubber


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Armor All Leave On Hack To Restore Old Goldwing Plastic and Rubber

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A way I've been using Armor All to restore dingy, weathered plastic and rubber parts on my old Goldwings, cars, and trucks, and other things that might need protecting and rejuvenating of their plastics and rubber. You can use any other kind of protectant, but I've not found any that work as well for the way I do it. Just wipe it on and LEAVE it on. Don't wipe off the excess.

I made a video of how I do it. If anyone has other suggestions, I'm always looking for new tricks. Here is the link to the video.


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A lot of you guys and gals might already know this trick, but for anyone that has some dingy plastic/rubber on their bikes or cars/trucks, maybe this will help you keep your Goldwings last longer and stay pretty.

I hope this might help someone.


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Re: Armor All Leave On Hack To Restore Old Goldwing Plastic and Rubber

Post by MalcolmS »

There is a gel produced by a UK company called Autoglym. It is even better than Armor All. Just apply and leave. There is also a product in Aussie land called Cockpit. From memory it was an aerosol. It was extremely good as well.
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