Cloth Top Rear Cable Lubricant.

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Cloth Top Rear Cable Lubricant.

Post by Briano1234 » Wed May 13, 2015 10:48 pm

A hint for you because I occasionally am a nice guy.
Don't use any type of petroleum Lubricant on a Cloth top or cable, leave that for the vinyl tops... It will most likely stain or not come off.. even KY-jelly.

Here is the HINT.........
instead use Palmolive or any type of Dish soap, and it comes in colors to match your top :)..... blue for blue green for green clear for tan and red for red.
Pour some in a cup add a smidgen of water and Paint the stuff with a Brush in to the Cable tray, and on the cable. If it gets dry, spray with water to make it slick again..... When it dries it will not show, and it totally cleans up with water... Matter of fact I suppose when it rains you may get bubbles out of the tray area :) :laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:

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