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Old 10-09-2006
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Cleaning Inside Door Panels?

Hey everyone, my inside door panels are kinda dirty, what do yall use to clean these jokers? (The grey parts)

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i used this junk called..um..oh man..whats it called..great stuff i think..its a foam..not the spray foam that expands..its a spray for viynl, plastic, cloth..works great and smells like lemon
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yeah use some upholstrey stuff... the only time i had to clean door panels was when i had to take off the mud splatter from deer season. ive got one thing to say about that... get the crap off ASAP!
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I use that miguiers (sp) NXT spray
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i use armor all wipes on mine
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Mr. Clean Magic Eraser works good for discolored parts due to your arm setting there. Also Armor All works nicely after that.
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Where do you get that from? (Mr. Clean Magic Eraser)

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walmart. i think down the isle w/ the mops and junk.
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Wal-Mart it is. I get everything there. I work there by the way. So yeah try the Magic Eraser if it's really dirty, if not maybe just a wet rag will do the trick.
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armor-all interior
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i dont liek armor all because it stays greasy and attracts more dirt than was there in my opinion i like to use meguires plastic and leather conditner and shine
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I like "Tuff Stuff" upholstery cleaner myself. It is in a yellow can and works wonders on carpet and vinyl. Even if you try to keep your truck spotless like me, clean the carpet, seats, and headliner twice a year with this stuff and you'll be suprised how much dirt comes out.
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I use Honda leather and vynil protectant. My dad got some when he bought his car and never used it, so I did. It works great. There is no oil residue, it is resistant to water (most other products will run if water gets on them and it looks awful), and it makes the interior actually look new and not just greasy. Honda dealers usually sell it in a package with foaming glass cleaner and a quick detailer for paint, but you may be able to get it by itself.
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dish soap and water.
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dish soap and water.

way to keep it original...works great though
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