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Old 01-21-2015, 12:25 AM   #1
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2002 GT Interior cleaning help

I bought a 2002 mustang gt about a month ago and we're just finishing up sanding it and it should be off to paint by next week then ill be driving it afterwards.....but the whole plastic area by the handbrake,cup holder ect is very dirty and armor wipes don't cut it. I've tried this stuff"Tuff Stuff " by Armor all on my current stang and it works great but kinda leaves like a white mark afterwards. Just looking for some cleaning product ideas.thanks
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Surf city garage's Dash Away. Its sold st walmart for 10 bucks. Works wonders.

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Surf city garage's Dash Away. Its sold st walmart for 10 bucks. Works wonders.

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I've never heard of that but that's definitely something I'll check out thanks.
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its like a degreaser thats safe for the interior of the car and leaves a uv protection and no added gloss. youl have to use an interior shine product if you want the gloss. but this will remove old stubborn dirt if you just spray and let it sit for 30 seconds or so. a buddy of mine cleaned a 96 bronco farm truck with it and it looks really good. its also the only thing that seems to clean my white shift knob besides a magic eraser.
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Just letting you guys know I purchased the Dash Away product this last weekend after reading this post. It worked great. I have beige interior and the plastic on the door was really dirty and gross. This product cleaned 99% of the dirt and the result looks really good. Would def recommend the Dash Away product.


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I love it

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Surf city garage's Dash Away. Its sold st walmart for 10 bucks. Works wonders.

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+1 I love this stuff. I hate the shiny greasy look some leave on the dash.this stuff makes it look clean and leaves a matte finish

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