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Old 16-06-2018, 05:41 PM   #1
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Interior Plastic - What to Protect it With?

All - as per the title and the photos below, the plastic in my car is VERY easy to mark so I wondered if anyone could recommend a product to help protect it?

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Old 16-06-2018, 08:21 PM   #2
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There are no water based products which will offer anything thick enough to take the brunt of any mechanical abrasion. A physical material would be needed. Perhaps something similar to that of a car clear bra?

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You could try gtechniq c4

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You could try gtechniq c4

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Thanks \Rian - I thought C4 was for external plastics, is it OK to use on internal polished trims?

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There are no water based products which will offer anything thick enough to take the brunt of any mechanical abrasion. A physical material would be needed. Perhaps something similar to that of a car clear bra?
Thanks - I will look into this to see if it can be done

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