RubberCarrot Posted September 23, 2014 Report Share Posted September 23, 2014 Hello People. I searched but did not find. I hope I am not repeating a previous topic. My car is a 1995 Fleetwood Brougham. White with a white vinyl top. The sheet metal is near perfect. Paint is excellent. The top is in darn near perfect condition. The problem is black dots in the grain that gives areas a dark tinge. I suspect mildew or something of the sort. The car is sometimes garaged but for the most part sits outside. I am in the SE so I would think the sun would burn off mildew but this seems persistent. In the 2 years I have owned the car, the situation has not changed. I would like to get the top as nice as the paint. What do you recommend for cleaning it. My wife was wondering about either a steamer tool or an oxyclean paste and a tooth brush. I tend to think steam isn't the answer and oxyclean too harsh but I am more suited for under hood activities rather than fussing around the body. :-) What do you guys suggest? I imagine the same strategy would apply to all roofs but for the record, this is the thick soft and kind of puffy roof. As usual, thanks for all the help you have been in the past. I really enjoy this car and given the fact it is almost 20 yrs. old, am impressed with the reliability and the fact that I can actually devote a lot of the time spent on it to actually improving it rather than just keeping it running! Thanks folks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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