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I am thinking about using "Armor All" on all my machine. Mostly to try to prevent fading of the Blake & gray plastic. Has anyone done this? Looking for good and possibly bad results. I am pretty anal about keeping my toys nice.
 

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I am thinking about using "Armor All" on all my machine. Mostly to try to prevent fading of the Blake & gray plastic. Has anyone done this? Looking for good and possibly bad results. I am pretty anal about keeping my toys nice.
I dont see why it would be a problem as long as you kept it off the seats.
 

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I put armor-all spray foam on my green pioneer last week and it looks brand new with no problems and I also put it on my 2003 Honda rubicon with no problems. I have put it on the 4 wheeler for years with no problems. I spray the foam all over the plastic then I wipe it down and they look new again. this the spray foam you put on your truck tires.
 

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I have used something that my dealership gets from parts unlimited it is a clear coat in a can it works amazing. I have used it on my old atv and the plastic looks brand new. I used it on plastic on my pickup and it worked good also. comes in a black can I am out know I will have to get more and let you all know if you want.
 

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I have been told that armor-all is silicon based and trends to deteriorate materials & cause cracking after a period of time. I don't have any proof or experience but I don't want to risk it. I use baby oil & it leaves a great clean look.
 

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I have been told that armor-all is silicon based and trends to deteriorate materials & cause cracking after a period of time. I don't have any proof or experience but I don't want to risk it. I use baby oil & it leaves a great clean look.
I believe this is what I heard years ago. Probably more aimed at car interior vinyls and thin plastic, but still.
 

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I've used armor all for years on atv's with no problems. I like to use it the best in the summer when the sun can bake it in. Soak it down good and let it sit in the sun for the afternoon, barely anything to wipe off after that.
 

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armor all does great on the plastics as long as you keep using it. but some the thicker plastics it doesn't matter. the thinner dash plastics and thin fender flares if you don't keep up with it fades them quicker then doing nothing. but that's just the original. all the others I haven't heard anything about. I use black majic detailer on my truck and jeep. wd-40 the seals and soft top and zippers on my jeep
 

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Try mopnglow in the blue bottle. IT's basically the same thing they sell as that plastic restore stuff.

Makes it look great, for a while. Then it wears off. As almost anything will.

For the shiny plastic (not much on these things) I use a product called Rejex. I use it an all my vehicles too. It's a great protected and adds a depth to paint that normal waxes/polishes don't. (Even Zaino).

They also have a great lubricate called CorrosionX that is great for electronics, stopping and removing rust, cleaning your gun, etc. No, I don't work for them, just love their products.
 

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moddycoops the stuff i use is from maxima racing oils. SC1 clear coat. Item number is 78920. Just went and bought more. spray it on let it sit for a while in your garage then wipe off. that black on the machine will look brand new if it is faded.
 
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