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03-08-2018 02:56 PM
codeman101 Damp rag for built up dust and debris. Then I go over it with Griots detailing spray.
09-20-2015 08:30 AM
Kidwilson
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Originally Posted by OfficeLinebacker View Post
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!

I bought some of this stuff and dayum... My dash and interior looks fantastic. Highly recommend.
05-23-2015 03:21 PM
drmix Ive been using Meguiar's Quick Interior Detailer. Its great for cleaning, doesnt leave a greasy look to the dash and also has UV protection. Safe on almost anything in the interior.

Meguiar's Quik Interior Detailer - 16 oz | Free Shipping Available - Detailed Image

05-22-2015 02:18 PM
MxRider I still have not found the brand that fits my picky taste yet. I feel like just the damp shammy after washing car works best. Everything else I use leaves the dash almost like a Matte Grey (UGLY)

Any Tips?
08-06-2014 11:03 AM
versd0ra Started using Maguiars inteior detailer. Love it. It's safe on all surfaces in the car and has a neat smell to it.
08-13-2013 02:51 PM
int3gra07 I don't like the shinyness where you can see the reflection on the windshield. Does the 303 aerospace do that? Maybe the matte finish is exceptable for my taste. Shiny dashboards are yuck. What is the best stuff to use to not make it shiny. 303?
08-12-2013 02:55 PM
Vinylwrapper Adam's premium car care products are amazing, and they smell delicious LOL. I use VRT cleaner for the dash in my TL
07-31-2013 09:05 AM
markspend01 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!!
06-26-2013 10:24 PM
OfficeLinebacker
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Originally Posted by tb-gsr View Post
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!
04-09-2013 01:13 PM
Because Racecar +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.
04-09-2013 12:36 PM
gsrider004 Love the 303, avoid armor all like the plague because it is the plague.
04-09-2013 10:34 AM
vtec862 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
04-07-2013 01:00 AM
whoisEion 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
04-03-2013 11:44 PM
stockgs-r
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Originally Posted by justYncredible View Post
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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