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Old 08-25-2006, 10:07 AM   #1
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Cleaning the Dashboard

Alright guys, here is the situation. I have grown to like the dull finish of the interior....in other words, I'm not looking to rub armor all everywhere to shine it up and leave it all greasey looking. I've wiped it down with a damp cloth but was wondering if there is some form of protectant I should apply to the dash? keeping in mind I don't want it to look like anything has been applied.

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Old 08-25-2006, 10:18 AM   #2
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not that I would use it but armor all does come in a matte finish.
303 which is sold at places like pep boys does a better job.
I use the 1z interior products like their rubber and vinyl prtoectant and the
citrusy cockpit premium for cleaning.
1z interior products
I've also sprayed the anti static FK 425 to ward off dust.(see link in my sig)
that stuff works great on everything including computer monitors.

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