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Old 10-16-2009, 06:57 AM
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Cool Wood grain cleaning and dash

Ok ladies and gents, I did a search and keep coming up empty handed here. I am more than sure that this has been discussed so if someone can point in the right direction or just tell me what they use to clean their dash and wood grain with I would be greatly appreciated

I have tried the normal armoral but all this does is leave this nasty film/haze on the wood grain and doesnt work that great on the dash either.

What do you put on the chrome rings around vents and gauges?

I would like to find something that works and protects no matter how tedious it may seem (If any of you have ever seen my chopper you would know what I am talking about, I have a cabinet full of stuff for polishing, sealing, waxing, etc...)

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Old 10-17-2009, 12:28 AM
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Try Water..and a microfiber towel
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CJ is right. Meguiar's rules. I use the Interior cleaner with micro-fiber or just a terry towel. It keeps the dust off of the dash a lot longer than Armor All
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