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    Products for Interior?

    Hey all, what do you use to polish the interior, particularly the dash?

    I was looking at these for ideas:

    http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/s...tegoryrn_38199

    http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/s...tegoryrn_33952

    Thanks!

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    The AG interior shampoo will be ok for what you want. The thing you have to watch is getting cleaner for the dash which brightens it up. IMO the astra dash is way too reflective and got only knows why they kept it that way. You need something that will restore the black without making it shine.

    A lot of pro detailers use poorboys natural dressing for interiors such as ours. Me I thumb throught the Lyreco catelogue at work and purchase some anti static foam. Cleans, is anti static so dust won't attract so easily to the surface and it cleans without it leaving behind a sticky or shiny residue.

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    Poorboys is great stuff, smells good to
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    Ah mint thanks. Which UK shops sell it?

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    try...
    clean and shiny
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    chemical guys

    I'm sure one of them will do it.

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    chemical guys wont sell poorboys stuff. I get near enough all my cleaning stuff from cleanyourcar.co.uk
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    There is some poorboys stuff on ebay too.

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    OK, I see that a lot of you recommend the poorboys.

    However, I think I'm gonna stick to the autoglym stuff at halfords, simply because I can save on the 3 for 2 offer they have on.

    So I was thinking about this stuff:

    http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/s...tegoryrn_38199

    Or the Interior Shampoo mentioned above:
    http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/s...tegoryrn_33952

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    Probably a bit late now, I am sure you've already made your purchases. One to try in the future though:

    I always use auto glym leather cream on my dash, it leaves behind a very mat finish which imo is better as reflections are a pain! I like the smell too!

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