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    What do you guys use to clean your interior plastics, and chrome(ish) bits of detailing?

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    baby wipes, interior spray foam if needed,
    auto glym rubber and plastic trigger spray stuff to protect / darken it nicely .

    can use it on almost all interior parts .

    http://www.motor-world.co.uk/show_pr...7&prod_id=2405

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    Damp microfibre cloth is the best bet. The rubber coating is a bit susceptible to some cleaners even the vapours given off by some air fresheners can cause it to bubble and lift up!!

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    I thought that was an issue with the mouldings behind the steering wheel ..

    damp mf is good for removing dust, but I think some parts need a lift with the autoG or similair ..

    I wouldnt spray / apply anything to the top of the dashboard, reflections from sun and all that ..

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    303 Aerospace is good,cleans, not at all shiney and is supposed to add uv protection.Its the best one i've found for a reasonable cost.

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    Plain wet cloth....I try to avoid the oily plastic treatments when ever possible

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    me to ..but the autoG stuff, I cant tell its there after a couple of days, but it obviously is due to the colour of the plastic.

    13 months back, when I bought the mondeo.... theyd back to blacked everything that wasnt interior fabric pre collection ... omg .. evil cheap nasty stuff ..

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