you can add protectant to your top if you like but they are made for the weather and outside elements.
〉 Answered on Jan 6th, 2009 by Debbie Lee, President at Professional Car Care
Covertible tops are made to withstand the elements, specifically water. Any attempts at trying to alter the fabric may accelerate premature deterioration. I*ve seen aging rubber seals cause leaks much earlier that a fabric top!
Enjoy your new ride!! Jennifer
〉 Answered on Jan 6th, 2009 by Jennifer Justice- Haley, Body Shop Owner/Operator at Co-Owner of Elite Collision Service, Inc
If you are going to keep the car outside all the time then I would say yes. If you are going to keep the car in a garage then I would say no, it is not necessary.
Devon Hill BMW
〉 Answered on Jan 6th, 2009 by Amanda Wetherill Holmes, Parts and Service Director and Vice President of Operations at Devon Hill BMW