|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.8 x 3.5 x 9 inches|
|Item model number||1215|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1215|
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Lexol 1215 Vinylex Protectant, 16.9-oz.
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- Patented liquid that cleans and protects vinyl, rubber and plastic
- Reduces "bloom"- a discoloration from dirt associated with other protectants
- DH60 UV sunscreen blocks UV rays
- Low gloss finish for use on cars, boats, planes, motorcycles and household items
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As others have noted, the spray nozzle is not very good. Spray "droplets" range from a fine mist to large drops, all at the same time. It's much safer to spray it on a piece of cloth.
Regarding the silicone oil usage on vinyl's and rubbers. I think it has been well established that virgin long chain silicone oil and any petroleum distillate product is not well suited for vinyl and rubber treatment. Beyond that there is minimal evidence to support the proposed fact that all silicones are bad for vinyl's and rubbers. There are many molecular types of silicone and some of them are designed to penetrate the outer protective layer of the PVC to lubricate the inner substructure. These short chain silicones are good for PVC, not bad. Other silicones only protect the outside layer and never penetrate to the inner layers. From what I've determined the long chain silicone oil in Armorall actually attracts the short chain essential oil molecules already in the inner PVC layers and pulls them out, therefore degrading the entire PVC structure. The silicone blends in Vinylex and Liquid Glass actually enhance and replace the used up essential oils in the inner PVC layers while at the same time providing additional protection for the outside layer. Therefore these particular silicone blends are good for vinyl and rubber.
Since the Liquid Glass is so hard to find I wouldn't hesitate at using Vinylex as the number one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Shines just like Armorall but you don't need to use as much. A little goes a long way. I use this for interior, exterior and tires (with an applicator) I still use Armorall for... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Michael
Really seems to have cleaned my seats well and they look and feel more supple if I could say so...without being overly greasy or shiny; they were really starting to look dry and I... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Samantha J Long
After trying out 5 or 6 other vinyl products for our boat interior, this one is the best, hands down. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Mak
best stuff around for protecting rubber, plastic, etc on cars. I use it all over the interior to protect from the sun and keep rubber seals from cracking. Read morePublished 1 month ago by muddtt
I used this to clean the interior of my Honda which has tan leather seats. I was afraid that it wouldn't work well because other people on here mentioned that in their reviews. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Susan B.