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What do you use for treatment and cleaning of your dash(or dont you bother cleaning, lol)
I've found that 303 Products is by far the best brand, leaves a factory clean, non-oily dash :D You can get a free sample from their website!
 

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Man I clean my dash maybe once or twice a year....it's probably the most neglected thing. oh by the way, don't lay a liquid air freshner on it.....I did and it leaked out and ate the paint on my dash....:mad:
 

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that sux!!
sorry to hear :(
 

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Yeah those wipes are pretty convenient. I was thinking that a baby wipe could do the same thing.......I wonder what the price is versus each other?
 

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I don't really care much about UV protectant in a truck i'm not planning on having for a long time....plus the baby wipes can be used for a variety of other things I would think
 

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I personally dont like the way ArmorAll leaves the dash looking/feeling. But I did use it up until this vehicle because it was easy and convenient to buy at any local store.
 

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The best stuff I used in the past was Son of a Gun Cockpit spray. I haven't been able to find it since though. That stuff would just leave the dash looking like new and repel dust. Now I just use a california duster for the dash. I still haven't found anything I like for the dash since I ran out of the Son of a Gun stuff (it was in an aerosol can).
 

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i prefer Meguiar's nxt generation products yes there very expensive at least i think so compared to armor all and son of a gun etc but i like the way it really makes my dash shine and my rubber door seals bright black and a wet look and best of all im protecting my truck. just my 2 cents
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I agree with Duramaxxed. Jerry Meguiar is on top of his game. This is probably the safest cleaner/conditioner out there for interior parts. I never saw cracks, fading or distortion with his products. In between I use a "Swiffer" with light pressure to get the dust about once a week - even over the gauge lens! No scratches and gets all the dust!
 

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Armoral has a new type of protectant that Advance Auto sells in a yellow bottle that I think everyone would love. It doesnt leave it crazy shiny, just back to new look. It has the most UV protection out there and actually lasts for a while. I use it on my TA and I just got runner up at a Fbody car show in Atlanta, and I DRIVE MINE EVERY DAY! Trust me, its good stuff. :peelout
 
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