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This is a discussion on Armor All? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by accessdenied really? i've used mine regularly for almost two years with no ill effects. I have the ...

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    Administrator RayfieldsWRX's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by accessdenied
    really? i've used mine regularly for almost two years with no ill effects. I have the subaru PSM paint.
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    The new car's black. I'm a bit paranoid with creating scratches in it. A few guys over at the G35 forum reported scratches when they used the Duster on their black cars (since it shows everything), so I'm going to hold off on doing that for the time being.
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    black cars are a pain. the best advice i could give in a nutshell is by claying the car very lightly to get all the dirt away, and then using a synthetic wax/polish to always make sure its protected. then just be gentle, but the idea is to get yourself a good base to start with so keeping clean ought to be easier down hte road
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    Quote Originally Posted by yo vanilla
    black cars are a pain. the best advice i could give in a nutshell is by claying the car very lightly to get all the dirt away, and then using a synthetic wax/polish to always make sure its protected. then just be gentle, but the idea is to get yourself a good base to start with so keeping clean ought to be easier down hte road
    I'm probably going to go the Zaino route. Clay the car, then use Z2-Pro with accelerator to polish and provide environmental protection. The black cars that have been Zaino'd on G35Driver forums look like a mirror.
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    i like meguiars nxt tech protectant. works great on plastic interior. almost spreads like wax a lil can be spread around so u dont havto use a lot.its not too glossy either. lasts a long time too

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    303 rocks! Also, I got some 4Star interior cleaner and conditioner.. seems to be nice stuff. Not slippery or blindingly shiny like armor all.
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