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Old 08-24-2014, 02:03 PM   #1
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Discolouration on door panels

Hey guys... Decided to do a full clean on my interior today and noticed a discolouration on the door panel... I think it may have been caused by passenger sweat/body oils or makeup or something. Just wondering what you guys have done to clean it off as it's driving me nuts! Currently I use the old fashioned micro fiber towel and water as I do not like the shiny greasy sticky look armour all gives.

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Old 08-24-2014, 02:51 PM   #2
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It might not be the best for all surfaces so I always do a small test to check but i do find baby wipes does wonders on almost any surface. I actually wipe down my whole mountain bike with baby wipes, it gets all the grease and oil off and for stubborn interior stains and dead skin marks etc baby wipes are always my first choice when i wipe down my wheel and dash buttons then wipe it dry with a microfiber.
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"Wipe new "should fix that...



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Old 08-24-2014, 04:41 PM   #4
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What's this wipe new you speak of? Never heard of it and thanks!

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[QUO TE=TheMachine;2072584]It might not be the best for all surfaces so I always do a small test to check but i do find baby wipes does wonders on almost any surface. I actually wipe down my whole mountain bike with baby wipes, it gets all the grease and oil off and for stubborn interior stains and dead skin marks etc baby wipes are always my first choice when i wipe down my wheel and dash buttons then wipe it dry with a microfiber.[/QUOTE]

Appreciate the suggestion may hold off on the baby wipes until other scenes are exhausted
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You should be able to find it at your local family dollar or dollar general ... It's help revitalize faded or discolored areas



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Found it on amazon but like I said I'm sure places like Walgreens or Walmart should have it also but I've seen it at the dollar store



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