How to Remove Armor All

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Armor All is a classic car care product used to protect leather, vinyl, rubber and plastic on both the interior and exterior of a vehicle. It adds shine, but can also be too slick on some surfaces such as seats and the steering wheel and should not be applied to fabric.Armor All can be removed with simple household products.

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Wipe surface covered with Armor All with a clean, dry cloth to remove as much product as possible.

2

Prepare a solution for cleaning. Choose one of the following: dilute 1 oz. of Woolite with 12 oz. of water, or combine water and Simple Green at a 4:1 ratio.

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Fill a clean spray bottle with your homemade cleaning solution.

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Spray Armor All-stained area with solution and rub with a dry cloth rag until product is removed. If applying to fabric, test on a hidden area to make sure you will not damage the color.

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Wipe cleaned area with a damp rag to remove any traces of cleaning solution. Repeat as necessary.

Tip

  • check Ttry denatured alcohol or white vinegar in your spray bottle. Remember to test in a hidden area.

Warning

  • close Try only one cleaning solution at a time. Beware of mixing products together as harmful fumes may result.

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