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Old 01-22-2009, 10:15 AM
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Cool Interior detailer?

Whats the best stuff to use on our plastic interiors. I really wish I had a black interior in these things but oh well.

I've tried the Mcquiers interior detailer and it works ok but is there anything that works better on the plastic like the arm rest and handles and dash. Oh I don't like the shinny look of armoral either.
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I use that sometimes and I use Turtel wax interior detailer sometime. Most I just use a damp cloth to wipe it down. Now on my leather seat's I do like the Meguiers leather cleaner/treatment.
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pretty much anything is good i used armorall but one thing is said stay away from water-based products because if you use em you'll find out lol problems with the water-based products is either hot or cold the water will freeze or heat up extremely and crack your interior pieces i use dealer stuff myself
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I use Meguires as well..seems to work fine.
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I know this question seems to have already been answered, but a friend of mine recommended years ago an inexpensive product - plain 'ole furniture polish. It smells good, you don't have to dust near as often, and it won't crack the dash like some other products will. Just not recommended for use on the steering wheel, lol!
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what works best for the dash of the 09 ram?
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I know this question seems to have already been answered, but a friend of mine recommended years ago an inexpensive product - plain 'ole furniture polish. It smells good, you don't have to dust near as often, and it won't crack the dash like some other products will. Just not recommended for use on the steering wheel, lol!
I can agree with this idea as well.While i plan to use Mequires products for most things on my truck.I learned about using reg spray pledge furniture cleaner.i've used it on my ZZR Bike for the last couple of years and it works great....even helps keep road dust/dirt to a minimum on my wheels and YES i use it on my body fairings...
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