Giving my interior vinyl the wow factor!

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Nick1456, Aug 18, 2018.

  1. Nick1456

    Nick1456 New Member

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    I've obviously got too much time on my hands to be worrying about this but i've been using autoglymn vinyl polish on the dash but not keen on the finish, it's doesn't shine and tends to look patchy but that's probably down to uneven application.

    Any better products out there?

    Thanks
     
  2. renault12ts

    renault12ts MB Club Veteran

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    Shiny vinyl will ruin your car!!

    A damp cloth is all you need to bring it back to factory.
     
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  3. baxlin

    baxlin Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    +1 for this. IME, the last thing you need is a shiny, therefore reflective surface, particularly on the dash top, as it will effectively block out half of the windscreen at certain angles of the sun.
     
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  4. Allybassman

    Allybassman New Member

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    I use Auto-Glym interior shampoo and a good quality microfibre cloth. It smells lovely and is not 'shiny' but does bring up interior plastics a treat.
     
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  5. PhilLinda

    PhilLinda Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    A damp microfibre cloth or Meguiars Quik Interior Detailer is all I ever use on the interior plastics.
    For exterior plastics and door rubbers then Auto Finesse Revive works well.
     
  6. MancMike

    MancMike Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    A shiny dash? Straight out of a Ford Ka?

    As said, a wet cloth should fix it.
     
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  7. clk320x

    clk320x MB Club Veteran

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  8. Darren1717

    Darren1717 Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    +1 for the damp microfibre cloth
     

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