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    M40 vinyl cleaner conditioner 2 ?

    Got some m40 for vinyl tonnuna cover. What best way to apply? Rag or brush?

    What other uses can this be use on?
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    Re: M40 vinyl cleaner conditioner 2 ?

    Nothing really best. On a cloth is usually easiest. I like to apply a dressing, wait a bit, then remove excess with a dry cloth.

    Could be used on tires, wheelwells, dash, bed liner.... among other plastic things.
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    Re: M40 vinyl cleaner conditioner 2 ?

    M40 is a great product.

    I'd start with a terry cloth. However, if the cover is really neglected you could try a brush application. Wipe off any excess product when you're finished for a uniform job.

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    Re: M40 vinyl cleaner conditioner 2 ?

    Quote Originally Posted by dodge2000 View Post
    Got some m40 for vinyl tonnuna cover. What best way to apply? Rag or brush?

    What other uses can this be use on?
    FYI Megs vinyl 40 is a water based product and will wash off in the rain. It is a great product for interior and engines, but will not stand up on a DD. You would want something like Megs ASD or the new Tire and Trim Gel, products more geared towards exterior use.

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    Re: M40 vinyl cleaner conditioner 2 ?

    I use M40 on wiper cowls and mesh style front grills. Use various size foam brushes, especially like the cylinder shaped ones on the end of a stick for both working around wipers and getting into mesh grills. Foam holds product without dripping all over.

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