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Old 06-26-2007
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Would it be ok if i used pledge to clean the inside of my truck? or would it damage the dash and stuff?
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I have no clue, but standard automotive cleaning supplies aren't that expensive so I would just go that route....

in other words....Don't use pledge in your vehicle.
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Old 06-27-2007
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Pledge is for wood treatment/dusting. So unless you got a woody package station wagon, I would leave Pledge in the cabinet. -Mike-
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do what i do, soap and water
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Old 06-29-2007
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do what i do, soap and water
that and after use some armoral wipes
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Old 06-29-2007
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Pledge claims you can use it on automotive interiors, but it is really oily and it probably does not provide much protection from cracking and fading. You can get packages of interior cleaning and protectant wipes at Wal-Mart for about $2 a pack that will work much better.
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usually after i wash my truck i dry it with a towel... i take a damp towel and wipe my interior with it to clean it up... thats what i do... i cant stand greasy armorall or any of that crap
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I use the armor-all wipes, the nice thing is that it has a UV protectant essential in ABQ. They are greasy for about the first day but then they leave a shine without any greasiness, just takes some time for them to dry out.
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usually after i wash my truck i dry it with a towel... i take a damp towel and wipe my interior with it to clean it up... thats what i do... i cant stand greasy armorall or any of that crap
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I love the greasy interior makes me feel like a frozen french fry on my way to happy boiling land
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usually after i wash my truck i dry it with a towel... i take a damp towel and wipe my interior with it to clean it up... thats what i do... i cant stand greasy armorall or any of that crap
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