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Old 06-12-2015, 12:41 PM   #1
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Manky weather in Manc again so....

Gonna do some tidying up in the cockpit. Got my glass cleaner, just some bog standard window cleaner cack, and autoglym rubber and trim. How would you guys n gyals use trim spray? Just been and got a couple of bristle loss free(yeah right) paint brushes for vents etc. But do you spray onto dash etc. . And dry then buff or use brushes all over then buff or just spray wipe and leave it. Hit me up with your techniques kids I'm interested?
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Old 06-12-2015, 12:48 PM   #2
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Hi fella, just use the brushes on all the nooks and crannies, spray your solution on to a micro fibre cloth and wipe away at the dash and vents, inner door panels, centre consol etc.
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Old 06-12-2015, 11:21 PM   #5
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Your basic interior plastics detailing process is a) remove dust and muck b) apply dressing to cleaned plastic sufaces.

For me, anything that gets handled (door cards & handles, steering wheel, gear lever) gets cleaned with a diluted APC and an ordinary MF cloth. Anything that just gets a bit of dust on it (eg top of dash) gets dusted with a dry, unused microfibre noodle wash mitt.

After that I spray my dressing of choice (Carlack Plastic Protect, since you ask ) onto a clean MF cloth and wipe down the relevant surfaces (not the steering wheel!)
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