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Old 07-27-2003, 09:47 AM
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Favorite interior cleaner?

What is everybodys favorite interior cleaner? I am looking for a prduct that does not leave a streaked up mess after drying. Thanks.

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Depends on what your interior is. If it is vinyl, them plain old soap and water will do fine. Just be wary of some of the cleaners like Simple Green, and Castrol Super Clean, as they contain alkalies that can damage interior surfaces.

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thanks for the tip 302/z28 my interior is a combo of cloth painted metal and vinyl reason for my question is that the old standbys like armorall and son ofa gun leave the dash bezels and fake chrome plastic all streaked up and slimy after drying did not know if anyone had found a particular product any better thanks again
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Meguiar's surpasses all the Armorall stuff ... and anything by Mother's seems to be good, too.

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thanks horvath i am going on the search mission for the meguiars had no idea they had anything for interiors
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I'm not sure if they do or not ... I only know their tire stuff is way better, and I'm assuming they have a bigger product line, so I'm looking for their stuff, too.

Oops -- it doesn't look like they have interior stuff after all! Sorry.

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I can make up for it though -- Mother's makes REAL good stuff and they DO have an interior cleaner.

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Old 07-28-2003, 05:49 AM
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If you have leather Meguiars does have a leather cleaner that works very well, I use it on the Jeep, the Buick and the Wifes Saturn. I found it at Wal-Mart. One thing that works with cloth is a lint roller. picks up all of the little things that always seem to end up in the seats. As for on the metal and plastic parts I usually just use my bottle of quick detail and spray it on a rag and use it, at least it seems to work for me.
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thanks horvath and e black very usefull info i will take all of your suggestions now looks like i got some serious interior detaling to do
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