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Old 04-20-2011, 12:13 PM   #61
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I don't think it says anywhere on UTTG page, but anyone have any idea if you can use UTTG on a vinyl tonneau. I've tried 303 and Tonneau Tonic. I haven't been too impressed with either and neither have lasted that long and they both run down the sides of my truck. Even if UTTG would run down the sides, it wouldn't bother me to use a little QD to clean it off if it lasted longer.

I hope no one feels that I am trying to hijack SeaJays thread, just got me curious about UTTG on a tonneau.

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I think if you read the entire thread it will answer your questions.
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Old 04-20-2011, 12:17 PM   #62
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I don't think it says anywhere on UTTG page, but anyone have any idea if you can use UTTG on a vinyl tonneau. I've tried 303 and Tonneau Tonic. I haven't been too impressed with either and neither have lasted that long and they both run down the sides of my truck. Even if UTTG would run down the sides, it wouldn't bother me to use a little QD to clean it off if it lasted longer.

I hope no one feels that I am trying to hijack SeaJays thread, just got me curious about UTTG on a tonneau.

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I haven't used it specifically for that but... Well, I think Jinx said back in January that he was buying some specifically for that application. I think it was in post #6 of this thread. How To Restore and Protect a Vinyl Top using 303 Products

Maybe PM him
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Re: Trim/Plastic Restorers - 4 different products

It's been 3 weeks since I did this test and I finally was able to go out and get some pics of how they are holding up.

The UTTG is still going strong with little to no change since about a day after application.

The Black wow I think would have worked better if I had really rubbed it and blended it better.

Note I have not washed my truck since application. It's been raining a lot and I've been extremely busy.


In this pic the products from bottom to top are UTTG, Poorboys Trim Restorer, RaggTopp vinyl protectant, and Black WOW.


UTTG on the right, Poor boys on the left


Black WOW on the left and RaggTopp on the right.


So I'm definitely liking the UTTG and would definitely recommend it.
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Old 04-26-2011, 02:42 PM   #64
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Wow, thats crazy. It REALLY does look like it did in the first pic after application.
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Great test. UTTG really dominated everybody else.
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Wow, thats crazy. It REALLY does look like it did in the first pic after application.
It does minus the dirt spots. lol. I really need to set aside some time to clean it. Especially if I'm going to trade it in...still trying to figure out what I want.
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Thank you for the update. I had my money on the ultima. if you had your money on any of the areas to the left, you can send it this way.
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Wow!!! I'm ordering some UTTG on my next order!! NICE!!!
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Wow!!! I'm ordering some UTTG on my next order!! NICE!!!
Wonder when the next 30% of ultima sale will be?
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It does minus the dirt spots. lol. I really need to set aside some time to clean it. Especially if I'm going to trade it in...still trying to figure out what I want.

What are you thinking of getting?
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