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Old 11-09-2018, 06:28 PM   #1
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Iím looking for an interior wipe, Iíve seen some in round pull out tubs, I think they are used for leather but I want some to use on dash, steering wheel and any other trim??

Any recommendations??
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Old 12-09-2018, 12:03 AM   #2
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Dr Leather wipes are the ones you are probably thinking of but as you mention they are for leather seats and steering wheel
https://www.polishedbliss.co.uk/dr-l...cleaning-wipes

Can’t think of a general wipe for all internal finishes.
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Interior wipe

Sonax do a matt wipe, based on their Cockpit Matt Effect spray

https://www.sonax.de/Produkte/(locat...matteffect-Box

But I got some from Germany to try, as they still donít sell them here. Softer material than a Dr Leather wipe, and impregnated with the same product as their spray.

If someone could find a decent plain wipe in a box that doesnít lint (like the Sonax), I would make my own.

ArmorAll and Simoniz are the only brands of wipes that I know of that are available here.


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Are Dr leather wipes, purely for leather?? Would they be no good for dash, door panels, trim etc??
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Protect all use for all except for frabic and carpets
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b&m do the rac matt or gloss dash wipes and there only 1 or 2 pounds a packet i have a packet in each car and even got a packet in my lorry. they work really well but as all dash wipes they dry out quite quick so you end up using 3 or 4 to do a large dash and front door cards.
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Just saw these in Tesco

Simonz Mat dash wipes £3

http://https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/287525732?sc_cmp=ppc*GHS+-+Grocery+-+New*PX+%7C+Shopping+GSC+%7C+All+Products+%2B+Tesc o+Brand*Home+%26+Entertainment*PRODUCT+GROUP287525 732*&gclid=CjwKCAjwuO3cBRAyEiwAzOxKsh9bMmd5hbWVaJ2 cdj5PiFBLKuAy16lkZtG5yUvuShGe7cVIAsN62hoCGmsQAvD_B wE&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CI-Xxpihu90CFdY6GwodzdwHAg
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Are Dr leather wipes, purely for leather?? Would they be no good for dash, door panels, trim etc??

The cleaning product is fine for plastics, but the wipe is a bit rough for smooth surfaces. Perfect for leather though, as itís got a bit of bite. You may think itís soft enough for plastic though.


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