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Hey everyone,

I've been using some great products on the outside of my car, but what do you recommend for the inside of the car? I'm talking about the dashboard and windows? I've stayed away from Armor-all due to all of the bad press lately but I use to use this on my old vehicles. I've also heard that Windex is bad for the windows as well. Any recommendations?
 

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Wondow's : Invesible Glass! The best stuff, one wash no streak's at all. This stuff is great, I even have my cleaning lady using it.You can buy it at Walmart in the auto dept.
 

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deluke said:
Wondow's : Invesible Glass! The best stuff, one wash no streak's at all. This stuff is great, I even have my cleaning lady using it.You can buy it at Walmart in the auto dept.
Hmmmm...... send your cleaning lady here.. so i can have her use it and see how it looks... HEHEHEHE.....SkyBaby-07
 

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Just a damp rag on the dash, followed by a dry rag. Mr. Clean's Magic Eraser for scuff marks on the bottom of the door. Swiffer Duster on the whole interior when I'm not using the damp rag.

LEXOL.....for the Leather.
The Orange bottle is the cleaner and Brown bottle is the conditioner
 

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Just a damp rag on the dash, followed by a dry rag. Mr. Clean's Magic Eraser for scuff marks on the bottom of the door. Swiffer Duster on the whole interior when I'm not using the damp rag.

LEXOL.....for the Leather.
The Orange bottle is the cleaner and Brown bottle is the conditioner
Seems like they sell all of the GOOD stuff in Ga.:cheers:
 

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Thank you!
 

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i use rent-a-spouse for all the difficult jobs...:lol: :lol:

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Where can i find one???.... SkyBaby-07
 

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interior scratches

How is the interior on scratches? I have a small dog that loves the convertible
I have now. But, I don't want him to scratch up the interior. I was told to expect my car in the next 3-5 weeks (yeah, right! :willy: ) and am all excited
but slightly worried about some comments that have been made about the
interior.
 

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I use 303

MrJester said:
Hey everyone,

I've been using some great products on the outside of my car, but what do you recommend for the inside of the car? I'm talking about the dashboard and windows? I've stayed away from Armor-all due to all of the bad press lately but I use to use this on my old vehicles. I've also heard that Windex is bad for the windows as well. Any recommendations?
Since new my ENTIRE interior has been coated several times with the 303 Protectant, and lots of outside areas. Just put an old/clean white sock on my hand, spray the sock and wipe on. Buffing off excess only on shinny black plastic parts, inside door handles, gauge lens.
http://www.303products.com/main.php?infopage=protectant
I HATE Armor-All...discolors everything over time and is slippery.

303 was designed for marine/boats & really helps UV protect. It works on leather, plastic, metal, rubber seals. Would not use any other product. I coat the doors, dash, plastic on radio, back of mirror, leather seats, steering wheel, gray plastic around shifter...ALL OF IT. On the outside I coat the black facia under the rear bumper, the inside of all 4 rims (really helped the tar I went through not stick), black plastic under the wipers, plastic on headlights/rear lights, ONSTAR antenna, and all the rubber seals, even under the engine/hood.
 

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Since new my ENTIRE interior has been coated several times with the 303 Protectant, and lots of outside areas. Just put an old/clean white sock on my hand, spray the sock and wipe on. Buffing off excess only on shinny black plastic parts, inside door handles, gauge lens.
http://www.303products.com/main.php?infopage=protectant
I HATE Armor-All...discolors everything over time and is slippery.

303 was designed for marine/boats & really helps UV protect. It works on leather, plastic, metal, rubber seals. Would not use any other product. I coat the doors, dash, plastic on radio, back of mirror, leather seats, steering wheel, gray plastic around shifter...ALL OF IT. On the outside I coat the black facia under the rear bumper, the inside of all 4 rims (really helped the tar I went through not stick), black plastic under the wipers, plastic on headlights/rear lights, ONSTAR antenna, and all the rubber seals, even under the engine/hood.

:agree: 303 is all I use!!
 

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Face it, the interior is plastic. Just a little soap in some water will clean all the door panels and everything else- except the leather. Just use a damp cloth and wipe dry with a dry one. Anything else will just add build-up to the plastic.
 

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ousoonersgirl said:
Isn't Meguiars supposed to be really really good stuff???
I am just saying I have a black paint job and it works wonders for me. I tried alot of different products before stopping with the Meguiars.
 
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