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Wrinkles in Cab Top

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Picked up my C4S Cab about 4 weeks ago. What a car! One thing I've noticed though are some wrinkles/creases in the cabrio top (especially the lower rear area of the roof behind the rear side windows). I expected the wrinkles would work themselves out if I kept the top up for a couple of days, but that's not happened. Any recommendations? Thanks.

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Sometimes it takes quite a while for them to iron out. Washing the car seems to help - expands the roof fibers and when they dry, they seem to dewrinkle themselves over time.

Keeping the top up when parked in the garage will also help - the trick seems to be to keep the roof tight at all times, except when you are enjoying the sun.

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when the car is in the sun and the top is hot, spray the top with a bottle of water. it will steam the top if the top is hot enough. alternatively, use a clothe steamer (not an iron).

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