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    Default Re: sweat marks on the lens rubber.

    Armour All is the way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edutilos- View Post
    Armour All is the way to go.
    Armour All is the brand,but which product to use?
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbonetics View Post
    Armour All is the brand,but which product to use?
    thanks
    I have been using "Original Protector" (well that's what it says on mine, I don't think there's many types of products?) for like ages and it works fine, removes the white things you mention for at least a while... But of course it will come back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edutilos- View Post
    I have been using "Original Protector" (well that's what it says on mine, I don't think there's many types of products?) for like ages and it works fine, removes the white things you mention for at least a while... But of course it will come back.

    when u say it will come back means the old stain will come back(if i never use it after cleaning)?
    or after using it for some time,there will be new stains coming back?

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    My previous car has those black bumpers strips at side (door etc) which has some white mark after awhile. Read somewhere to use eraser to rub on bumper to remove the white mark, had tried and it works.
    Not sure will it work on lens rubber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huatman
    My previous car has those black bumpers strips at side (door etc) which has some white mark after awhile. Read somewhere to use eraser to rub on bumper to remove the white mark, had tried and it works.
    Not sure will it work on lens rubber.
    Hmm,maybe I should give it a try.
    But those white mark on cars are caused by wax/polish when dried up instead of sweat.

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    Default Re: sweat marks on the lens rubber.

    This is what I do:

    1. Spray the ArmorAll on the toothbrush (not too much)
    2. Brush the rubber parts gently. Dirt particles will go off.
    3. After you are done with the whole rubber parts, use cloth to wipe clean the rubber parts till the grooves.
    4. Ensure that any remaining liquid does not seep in the joins of the lens body.

    Works for me every time and I never experience the whitish parts coming back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obelix View Post
    This is what I do:

    1. Spray the ArmorAll on the toothbrush (not too much)
    2. Brush the rubber parts gently. Dirt particles will go off.
    3. After you are done with the whole rubber parts, use cloth to wipe clean the rubber parts till the grooves.
    4. Ensure that any remaining liquid does not seep in the joins of the lens body.

    Works for me every time and I never experience the whitish parts coming back.

    actually i was using Dettol and the dirt does came off.
    but there are still some stubborn ones quite hard to remove.

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    Default Re: sweat marks on the lens rubber.

    ArmorAll has conditioning agents for rubber and plastic parts as compared to Dettol, which is more for human skin.

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