I never liked Armor all especially the gunk it left behind. I read about
Lexol Vinylex. It cleaned the interior and nourished it at the same.
Doesn't leave film behind like Armorall does. Wish I'd known about this
stuff years ago. The plastic and trim on my truck had grayed and was
looking rough from sun rot. This stuff makes it look new again without
slipperiness. It penetrates. I got it at Pep Boys for $9 which is
cheaper than online. It's hard to find.
Lexol leather conditioner is hard enough to find but their vinyl
treatment is even rarer. If you're familiar with Lexol then you
understand the quality. If you're not, then you may want to give it a
try. It's all I use on my leathers and boots, including my Corbin seats
on my bikes.
If there is a way I can post pics for you to see what it did with the
lower spoiler on the 96 let me know. You can see what it looks like
before and after as well as how it still looks after being washed.
I had to remove my interior to find the water leaks. I scrubbed the
plastic down with soap and water as well as Purple Power. It's never
looked like new. I use this stuff and it removed the stains from the
previous owner as well as made the plastic look new again. Pretty neat
stuff. Now I'm going to feel guilty putting the old stained carpet back