so i decided that the roof top on my 328 was getting a bit tired looking. in the past, i've used "mother's back to black" on other items. i liked the satin finish and thought it might make my top look good as well. WRONG!! let me explain. after laying a coat down near the rear latching area, i let it dry and took it outside to look under natural light. i was satisfied with the smooth, satin finish so i decided to coat the entire top. apparently "streaking" started to develop so i kept going over those areas until a nice, uniform layer was obtained. the "look" was now glossy, not the satin i was hoping for. but at least it was uniform with no streaks. letting it cure over night, i anxiously hoped for a new roof finish. at first glance, overall it was impressive, although way too glossy for my taste. worst of all, it hadn't fully cured as i could now see my finger prints when i picked the roof up. so...... are there any thoughts as to how the mother's coating should be removed with out disturbing the cloth headliner on the flip side? years ago there were threads here on properly coating roof tops, but i've been unable to retrieve them. any thoughts (or prayers) would be welcome on how to rectify this calamity.