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    Any suggestion on what to use? also is there something I can treat them with to keep them supple?

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    Autoglym rubber and vinyl protector ...as recommended by the professionals (one of them being my friend Gleammachine )
     
     

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    Cheers Neal, I might just have some in the workshop from my days of spending far too much time cleaning my old E30.......as it happens I've just been reading Gleammachine's posts and all respect due to what he does.
     
     

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