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How does one re-moisturize your car vinyl seats?

  1. nelson soares profile image81
    nelson soaresposted 7 years ago

    How does one re-moisturize your car vinyl seats?

    Does anyone knows about a product that can make the vinyl in your car seats softer?

  2. AskAshlie3433 profile image55
    AskAshlie3433posted 7 years ago

    You can go to a local car part store and find vinyl restoration there. It will be some type of spray. It will make them look new again.

  3. nelson soares profile image81
    nelson soaresposted 7 years ago

    So far I´ve experimented a vinyl seat with Johnsons baby oil, applied with a paint brush, and I´ve noticed that the vinyl became much more softer and flexible! Still experimenting!

  4. majinmunkey profile image61
    majinmunkeyposted 6 years ago

    Vinylex is your answer. GREAT product for a great price. It can be used on any of the plastic on your interior and is the fountain of youth for vinyl surfaces.

    You can pick up Vinylex at Autozone or Oreily

    It actually adds moisture to the surface instead of pulling it out. Armor-all pulls the precious oils from inside the plastics and vinyl and let's it sit on the surface where it dries up. Vinylex ADDS moisture and oil to the surface and increases the longevity of your interior.

    Hope this helps!

 
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