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Old 04-08-2008, 10:24 PM   #1
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What should I use on my dash to clean it? I have leather seats so I use Mcguire'* rich leather cleaner on those. Is it vinyl on my dash or leather? (I won't use any armour all products)
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It'* just vinyl, any type of household cleaner will work.
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what happens if i were to use the leather cleaner? it only says on the bottle, not to use it on suede
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I've used leather cleaner on my entire interior when I don't have anything else handy. It will probably make it more shiny than you want (since you don't want armorall products)
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but will it wreck the dash/door panels?
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You are thinking to hard about this.

You aren't going to wreck anything.
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I've used leather cleaner on my entire interior when I don't have anything else handy. It will probably make it more shiny than you want (since you don't want armorall products)

in regards to the armorall....i have a question about that. a friend of mine told me that amorall products will eventually dry out your dash. is this true or is he just blowing smoke??

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I've heard they will dry out the dash too, armourall that is
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ok good. at least i'm not the only one that has heard of this!
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If you want a good product for your interior like armor-all but not, try Meguiar'* Tech Protect.
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