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    vinyl rejuvinator

    is there such thing for OEM vinyl seats as there is leatherique for leather?

    the technique leatherique uses is that it introduces lubrication and proteins that nourishes the old cardboard leather back to life...


    as one may already know, vinyl seats quality depends on how much plasticize is still in the material (not dried up). That said, anyone come across a product that rejuvenates vinyl?

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    Colorplus black dye to make it look better. I think once vinyl is crunchy is done for.
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      I don't know about rejuvenating, but I've used both vinylex and the more expensive aerospace 303 in the past to keep the vinyl looking good.

      I've also heard that griots vinyl and rubber dressing is nice, but have no experience with it.

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        Originally posted by einstein57 View Post
        Colorplus black dye to make it look better. I think once vinyl is crunchy is done for.
        this looks promising

        but I've heard silicone does damage to vinyl no?

        http://www.lexol.com/Product_vinylex.aspx

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