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Old 06-26-2007
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I am: Kiel NotAChance
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Baby oil treatment for dash, long term update

It has been well over 1 1/2 years since i applied baby oil to my dash and guess what? not one single problem. i regularly dust it and the shine is still as nice as since the day i did it. it doesnt attract any more dust then any other vehicle i have cleaned and best of all...once i dust it that is all i need to do.

*note* my F150 has a hard plastic dash, which is why i believe this works so well. i would NOT try this on a newer ranger (94+) dash since it has that softer almost vinal covering.

just a little heads up for anyone who cares.

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Old 06-26-2007
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just want to pass on as well, not sure of the storage of your truck, but no UV Protection may not be good in the long long term of it either
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