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    cleaning mohair roof

    hello and another question for you detailers, just wondering what you use to clean your cabbys roof ive had the cabby bawt six month now and wonder what i can use to clean the roof. the roof is blue???

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    Either Raggtop products or Auto glym's roof kit are the ones to go for.
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    do you get a sealent lube with the auto gym one

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    AG kit is a good one.
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    Wash it with johnsons baby shampoo, let it dry,and coat it with fabsil gold, you can buy a 1 ltr can for £13, the fabsil can be put on with a paint brush
    if you give it 2 coats of fabsil, (let the first coat dry first) it will last 7/8 months
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