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Old 07-06-2004, 07:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What should I use to clean the headliner and dash?
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headliner, use an orange-like cleaner, however do not use this on your dash... just use a non citrus based cleaner on your dash
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A little trick i've picked up is to use Woolite for cleaning interiors. Its my wonder/allpurpose cleaner. Used in a 6:1 ratio in water its pretty tough on dirt and safe as well for carpets and dashes. Be careful w/ the headliner as to not rough it up too much, be gentle w/ whatever you use.

I clean everything, even my leather w/ the Woolite mix, and i really like 303 Aerospace Protectant on my dash. Its good stuff and not too shiney.
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