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    hi i usually use poorboys for the dash etc but wifes getting finger prints on the door trim white finger prints (cream probably) on passenger side any thing i could use to protect against hand creams medicated creams etc , thought about autoglym Silicone Spray. any thoughts greatful.thanks

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    I recently tried the Megs interior quick detailer, better than I expected. Not sure on protection (other than anti static, less dust) but cleans well and quite pleasant.

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    I've used the würth dashboard cleaner (took some from work) and its ok, doesn't tend to last so I'd also like to know of a good dashboard cleaner I could get

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy1954
    I recently tried the Megs interior quick detailer, better than I expected. Not sure on protection (other than anti static, less dust) but cleans well and quite pleasant.
    Second that I love the stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc vectra sri

    Second that I love the stuff
    Oh and silicone stray will gave ya that cheap taxi driver dash look lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc vectra sri View Post
    Oh and silicone stray will gave ya that cheap taxi driver dash look lol
    Yes, and don't use silicon based on your black exterior trim either. I use Sonus on the plastics/rubber and Megs tyre dressing.

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