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    Morning guys

    What do you use to keep your interior plastics looking good?

    2 kids and this weather don't help but are there any products you can recommend?

    Cheers,

    Kev.

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    I just use non fragranced baby wipes as not keen on shiny plastics lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by danBoy View Post
    I just use non fragranced baby wipes as not keen on shiny plastics lol

    Im not keen on shiny plastics either Dan, its mainly round the doors and sills that get on my nerves

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    As above I only wipe with a damp cloth, round the doors I use the same as the black trim, but try only to use a tiny amount so it wont come off on clothing etc.

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    poorboys natuaral look dressing looks great.

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    Turtle Wax have a product in their premium range that is claimed to be the best 'all round' interior cleaner to date.

    It is a spray and has been developed for a wide variety of materials, both textured and smooth.

    The best of it is you spray on, leave for 30 seconds and then either buff to a deep shine or wipe with a damp cloth to get a matt finish. Best of both worlds.

    I got some yesterday and after a quick try with it last night it "does what it sa.......... !!!!"

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    quick detailer sprayed onto a microfibre and wipe them over....
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