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    Armor All Substitute?

    I haven't "Armor All'd" my dash yet. I should before the main part of winter comes. But I hate the high gloss finish of regular Armor All. They used to make a low gloss version but I can't find it anymore. Plus I'm in the habit of buying the wipes instead of the solution.

    I need recommendations for a good dash protectant that is low gloss. Thanks.

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    3M "Lotion" called Refresh

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    Whatever you do, don't spray it on your tire tread.



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    Use Lexol Vinylex. It has no alcohol, no silicon, and it gives a nice satin sheen that is not obnoxious or oily.

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    3M Refresh

    I agree with Tan. 3M Refresh is nice. It also smells like girls.

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    um, which part?

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    Errrr......LOL
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    Aerospace 303 protectant. Very good product, lower gloss than Vinylex. I use both for different parts of the interior and trim.

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    Originally posted by Powerwagon
    um, which part?
    After they they apply the body lotions from the Bath & Body shop

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