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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 04-03-2013, 04:56 PM Thread Starter
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How do you clean your dash?

I was just wondering how you guys clean your dash. I am looking for a way to clean it, but I don't want it looking greasy or shiny just clean. Let me know what products you guys use and what works best. Thanks.
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a wet rag works for routine cleaning. for general nastiness i use a product from the local dollar store called "awesome" it works very well
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I keep mine dusted with a microfiber i keep in the glove box.

When i wash the car i give the whole interior a nice wipe down with a moist clean chamois.

I keep it protected with 303 aerospace protectant.

The best interior cleaner i have used is griots garage "interior cleaner".
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The La's Totally Awesome seanmelrath is talking about is a good general-purpose degreaser. At full strength it'll take the second chin off a fat kid. I use a clean microfiber cloth once a week and every once in a while some foaming glass cleaner and a microfiber. It works well enough to get the grime off and the reflection on the windshield is minimal.
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Sweet thanks for the replies. I am going to have to try out some of that "Awesome".
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I wipe mine down and use the cheapest armoral like car dressing. Why the cheapest? Because it doesn't leave a shine, but I only do this like 3-4 times a year if that. That stuff if any is known to dry out the dash

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I wipe mine down and use the cheapest armoral like car dressing. Why the cheapest? Because it doesn't leave a shine, but I only do this like 3-4 times a year if that. That stuff if any is known to dry out the dash
Some vinyl/rubber products don't dry out your dash. I really like 303 "aerospace protectant"-- I applied it a couple times a year on my last car. Have also used Poorboy's World cleaner on my integra. Good products shouldn't leave your trim sufaces shiny.
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Safelite auto glass's glass cleaner. I use that on everything since its also a degreaser. Cleans the stove, table tops, even my interior. lol
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1z einszett cockpit premium. This product cleans and protects your dash and leaves a matte finish. Not oily or slick whatsoever. 303 works well too
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Love the 303, avoid armor all like the plague because it is the plague.
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+1 for Aerospace 303. It shines it up without the grease. I hate using armor all wipes cause it becomes very greasy and reflects off your windshield in the sun.
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I keep it protected with 303 aerospace protectant.
That 303 is the bomb. I just bought my Integra yesterday and almost the first thing I did was slather the dash, console, seats, and insides of the door trim with Aerospace 303 protectant. I bought a gallon of it back in 2005.

Learned about it on BITOG. Great stuff!
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Hey Guys me Mark.Well i think that clean dust off the dash panel with a micro-fiber cloth.Apply the dash panel with an automobile vinyl fabric and set better.If you do not have this on hand, mix a few drops of plate soap with water in a pail.Thnaks!!
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Adam's premium car care products are amazing, and they smell delicious LOL. I use VRT cleaner for the dash in my TL
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