From: Steve W. on 11 Mar 2010 23:34
> On 2010-03-11 19:46:21 -0800, "Jeff Strickland" <crwlrjeff(a)yahoo.com> said:
>> "Conscience" <nobama@g�v.com> wrote in message
>>> On 2010-03-11 17:48:26 -0800, Dave Garrett <dave(a)compassnet.com> said:
>>>> In article <A4WdnVVns68WBwTWnZ2dnUVZ_rQAAAAA(a)supernews.com>, willshak@
>>>> 00hvc.rr.com says...
>>>>> Whenever I detail my truck, I wipe all the rubber window parts with
>>>>> tire wet spray on a cloth.
>>>> The mechanic at the independent shop I use recommended occasionally
>>>> squirting a little bit of Armor All into the top of each side of the
>>>> window channel and letting it run down inside. He mentioned it after I
>>>> had just had the regulator replaced on my driver's side window.
>>> Armor All is garbage. Snake oil that rots your tires and anything
>>> else to
>>> which it's applied.
>>> Looks pretty for a while, but have a look at your "brown" tires after a
>>> few days. There's a reason for that.
>> Armor All is heroin for rubber. You have to keep using it or the rubber
>> dies. And you have to use increasing amounts over time. Cold turkey is
>> but having said that I have no idea what the methadone treatment is.
> Just one supplier. The stuff has no petroleum distillates, and has an
> SPF factor of 15.
> No dashboard cracking or brown tires. I've been using it for years.
Same here. 303 actually works to preserve the material.