Category: Black Soft Top Reviver

“My double-duck soft top has badly faded and shows water marks: your Reviver looks promising, but how do I know if its been waterproofed? How do I get it off prior to putting the Reviver on? Also, can you help me with my cloudy plastic window?”

Hi Geoff, First of all, thank you for asking this question instead of just going ahead and applying the Reviver to your soft top, before removing the proofer! You would be amazed by how many people ask AFTER applying it! If you are aware of the brand of proofer on the top, then you should

“Used your Black Soft Top Reviver with good results. Unfortunately, dye tracked onto interior head-lining in a couple of places. Before making things worse, can you recommend a cleaner & or process that would remove dye from liner?”

Hi Andy, Thank you for the enquiry, sorry to hear you have had this trouble! Unfortunately, if the Reviver has managed to spread onto the interior head lining of your vehicle, then it will be very difficult to remove. If the Reviver was able to penetrate into the interior of your car then this means

“My 1965 TR4A has a vinyl soft top, the cream INSIDE is stained and badly mildew marked. Which of your products would be best to clean it or perhaps to dye it black if the marks do not come out?”

Hello Charles, I will start by saying that unfortunately, Renovo do not manufacture a Reviver compatible for vinyl soft tops! We have had customer attempt to use the Soft Top Reviver suitable for fabric tops, on their vinyl top, which does not work, as the product is unable to absorb into the fibres and will