ArmorAll that leaves the dash shiny is not a cleaner.Orich said:I was wondering what is a good product (s) to use to clean the dashboard. I don't want to use Armor all, because I don't want the black bits to be shiny. I do want the silver bits to be shiny. Any ideas?
Never tried or heard of this product, but based on your guys' recommendations, I'll try it. A free sample of it to boot!kgouin said:I also use the 303 Aerospace Protectant. It lasts a long time, isn't greasy, and makes it look nice! If you go to their website, they will send you a sample.
Peter Crowl said:Interesting topic...there's the upper dash..the big black part...then there's the instrument panel dash...
Are the instrument panel dash.. and door trim panels painted...or color impregnated plastic? If marred can they be polished out? Should these items be protected with sealer or wax.. or just cleaned and 303'd?
What about the chrome trim on the dash? Sealed or cleaned and 303'd?
There are a lot of different materials in there...what to do eh?
Peter..who thought he knew something about detailing...in Denver