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Just purchased a 98 Vert Cream puff with 63k mi. The car is immaculate but the top as at the end of its life. Maybe another year on it. Is there anything a person can do to re-dye or re-vitalize the rather faded top?
Thanks All in advance.:abduct:
 

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Renovo Soft Top Reviver Available in Black, Dark Blue Green and Brown to match your convertible top’s hood; that will make your convertible top look like new again, great for classic and modern convertible tops

• Ensure that the soft top is thoroughly cleaned.
• Ensure that you have sufficient Reviver to complete a full coat.
• Shake the bottle prior to use
• Be diligent in removing previous waterproof coatings prior to application of Reviver.
• Keep a soft damp cloth ready to wipe off any splashes or dribbles on paintwork and glass.
• Work in a timely fashion to ensure that the edges of the freshly applied Reviver do not dry out too quickly.
• Work from the centre outwards round and round the vehicle.
• Apply to a dry top and allow Reviver to dry completely before applying further product or taking out in the rain.

Do not - apply the Reviver in direct sunlight or on a hot day that will cause it to dry too quickly, allow to dry on glass and paintwork, apply to a soft top that has been coated with a waterproofing agent without removing the proofer first, apply to vinyl soft tops - http://www.renovointernational.com/
 
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