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Old 28-09-2016, 11:43 PM   #1
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Lightbulb Rubber Floor Mat's

Looking a dressing for my rubber floor mat's non slippery and matt finish any idea's?
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Old 28-09-2016, 11:54 PM   #2
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I was thinking about Adam's V.R.T. but don't know if it would be slippery or not.
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So V.R.T. is a no no then
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I don't think dressings are much good on matts, just go for an apc clean and leave it at that. I have used AS highstyle in the passed but it went patchy and seamed to pick up more dirt than non dressed.

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I don't think dressings are much good on matts, just go for an apc clean and leave it at that. I have used AS highstyle in the passed but it went patchy and seamed to pick up more dirt than non dressed.

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Yea Gonzo i was thinking that but first im going to try Megs Hyper Dressing
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Chemical guys rubber mat renew looks good mate
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Autosmart Plastic and Rubber dressing is very good

I use it on my rubbers mats and they come a treat
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Autosmart Plastic and Rubber dressing is very good

I use it on my rubbers mats and they come a treat
Do any of these become slippery?
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