I've been wondering, for those rare times that I actual want to make my Jeep shiny (and not spend all day doing it) is it safe for the soft top to go through a car wash? (thats assuming that I find one it'll fit it in )
I might try a no touch wash, and as for the leaking... I have a brand new bestop so it better not leak
i ran mine thru a no touch wash when i had my factory top and it held up well...the only leaking i had was on my half doors. the zippers on those windows just couldnt block it all out haha. but thats a thing of the past...upgraded to glass sliding windows
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Originally Posted by Geoff@Bestop
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I have a JK and have used the no touch wash. As with any ragtop you will have a little water dripping in during the pressure wash. Nothing too bad. I wouldn't take it through a wash with brushes as they may be to rough on the top and scratch the windows.
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