Put a liberal amount of PZ® FLY LINE CLEANER and Dressing on a used T-shirt, sock, soft cotton item and pull the fly line through the solution. Sometimes you can have someone help you by letting them hold up a section and you scrub back and forth until you go from end to end. Notice all that crap that comes out of your fly line? Next, apply a LIBERAL amount of PZ® Fly Line Dressing onto the cloth and slowly reel it through the dressing onto your reel. Let this soak in for about 3 - 8 hours. Sometimes, severly dried out fly lines may stay soaking for 24 hours. After this time, as you must feel the texture of your coating to make sure your fly line is loving it but not getting too soft. It has never happened but PZ® is like trying to control a atomic reactor. The fly line is 'THIRSTY' for the right Plasticers which PZ® "IS."
Next, strip off the fly line again and wipe it dry of all the excess PZ®. You should be like new.
Now then . . . each time you see the tip of your fly line starting to sink, dress it each time you go out with PZ® Fly Line Dressing/Cleaner. It is the only product that will put a fly line tip on top of the water the way it should be. You can also dress your leader with PZ® and monofiliment which is the only product that will restore even most monos. Gehrke's PZ® Fly-Line Cleaner & Dressing is probably the most under rated product in the industry and yet the one that does the most for the least amount of money and effort. Even though fly lines are expendable items, to my thinking, not at those prices.