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Leather, Vinyl, & Plastic Cleaner 16oz

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Part Number:11224OZ
3D's Leather, Vinyl, & Plastic Cleaner is an organic green surfactant based LVP cleaner that is designed to safely remove stains from its intended surfaces. It offers moderate protection as the primary use is a cleaner. You can easily remove ink marks from leather or dashboards. It easily emulsifies dirt and grease on LVP surfaces easily. It works miracles on synthetic leather. Many car manufacturers such as GM vehicle, Mercedes and other great brands offer synthetic leather for those who are animal rights activists or those looking for a more affordable car to buy. While these are great alternatives it is difficult to find a cleaner that is safe to clean those synthetic surfaces. 3D's LVP targets those eco conscious and budget conscious customers.

3Ds LVP is marine safe. It easily battles dirt, and grease that occur on boat surfaces. It can also get rid of suntan oil residue, which is similar to other greasy products. While your sunbathers are lathering themselves up this summer with a coconut tanning oil you can be confident that 3D LVP will get rid of these undesirable marks from expensive yatchs and cruise lines. It is recommended for cabin use, to restore faded trims and seats.

With a new trend in plexi glass furniture, chairs, and home accessories, it is not recommended that you clean them with just any cleaner, as they could cause the surface to turn matte and white, rather than clear. LVP is safe to use on plexiglass. Be careful not to use other products as they may cause unwanted scratches on plexi materials.

You can use LVP on rubber, plastic, leather, vinyl auto dashboards, car seats, door panels, synthetic leathers, car bumpers, tires to clean and restore these surfaces that often face sun damage from harmful UV Rays. What these rays do is cause unwanted cracking and fading on leather and vinyl parts on your vehicle. While the sun damages one of the largest investments, your car or boat, why not restore it to its original look?

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