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    what's a good cloth for the interior

    Ever since I got my car I've been trying to find a way to keep the dash lint and dust free but it's been pretty difficult. So far I've tried terry clothes and armorall wipes. Just about all cloths leave lint behind or are too abrasive and the wipes leave residue behind.
    is there anything that lightly moisturizes the dash but doesn't leave a lot of shinyness behind?
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    I use 3M vinyl cleaner/protectant.

    I use a swifter to dust my dash

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    Good microfiber towels work best, once a week dusting damp with water. Those California Dusters are nice little products too.

    Treating with a quality protectant once/month will keep your dash looking good forever. Please note, Armor All and it's replica products do NOT qualify as quality products.

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    I use meguiars #40 vinyl and rubber protectant.......works good, not shiny at all.....and I use it with cheesecloth to prevent fuzzies from staying behind.
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    Originally posted by glepko
    Good microfiber towels work best, once a week dusting damp with water. Those California Dusters are nice little products too.

    Treating with a quality protectant once/month will keep your dash looking good forever. Please note, Armor All and it's replica products do NOT qualify as quality products.
    thanks for the good info guys. What are the better products that can be used on the interior. I don't really know of any in particular that are considered the best.
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    Originally posted by jungdragon
    thanks for the good info guys. What are the better products that can be used on the interior. I don't really know of any in particular that are considered the best.
    The 3M and Meguiar's products mentioned are both very good. Aerospace 303 protectant is one of my favorites. Vinylex is very good if you like the shiny look, it's one of the shinier quality protectants.

    Most of the good ones aren't typically off the shelf products, Vinylex can be found at some auto part chains. Look up David Bynon's auto care site for more info, I'll put up a link this evening.

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    Here you go ...click me.... more car care info than any normal human can handle! Good thing those who drive the WRX are not usually normal

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