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Old 07-02-2009, 01:51 PM   #1
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protectant/shine for dash doors and console ?

So the dash and doors look kind of dull, anybody clean theres with a protectant> so far ive just been dusting.

I was looking at meguiars natural shine or something, I dont want the greasy look.

anybody use anything yet?
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Old 07-02-2009, 02:11 PM   #2
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Don't use armor all whatever you do! It contains alcohol which dries out th eplastic and will eventually make it crack. I found this out the hard way on my 4th gen. Meguiars makes good stuff. Their dressing contains a cream which actually treats the plastic and keeps is soft and pliable.
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Don't have my car yet but other than dusting I won't be using anything until it starts to get dirty like the door panels then it will be soap & water. I prefer the natural look and hate the greasy look.
The leather seats will be taken care of with leather cleaner/conditioner.
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Old 07-02-2009, 03:53 PM   #5
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umm mainly leather care and dead thread, but thanks there noob

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Don't use armor all whatever you do! It contains alcohol which dries out th eplastic and will eventually make it crack. I found this out the hard way on my 4th gen. Meguiars makes good stuff. Their dressing contains a cream which actually treats the plastic and keeps is soft and pliable.
yeah on my 3rd gen while in HS i used to grease the shizz out onf my ride, and sure as hell it craked up. i noticed that white milkiness to the megiuars too.
I was testing everything at kragen lol, they have the "natural shine whiched seemed cool i may try it out

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Don't have my car yet but other than dusting I won't be using anything until it starts to get dirty like the door panels then it will be soap & water. I prefer the natural look and hate the greasy look.
The leather seats will be taken care of with leather cleaner/conditioner.
yeah i have the zaino total package so for leather i will use that, i was hoping there was like an anti magnetic dust reppelant spray LOL prob not/

thanks
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