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cleaning the gauge cluster cover

Does anyone have a method for cleaning the plastic cover over the gauges? Every car/truck Ive owned would get scratched to hell after cleaning the dust off... Its annoying!
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wet rag......let the rag soak in the dust. Then spray it with vynal, plastic....any interior cleaner will do, and wipe it down. I use eagle one interior spray. And I spray it on a terrycloth and wipe down.
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I use a soft bristle paintbrush while holding the shopvac nozzle close.

It's also good for the vent outlets and door panel / speaker grills, dash top, etc.
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Meguiars #18 clear plastic cleaner/polish usually works pretty good.
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I use a "Swiffer"
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