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    hi there i have the astra vxr and would like to clean the dash area . I dont want any cockpit shine or any kind of aerosol . But need something to clean the plastic trims ie dash , door cards etc . cheers tim

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    Originally posted by VXRTIMMY View Post
    hi there i have the astra vxr and would like to clean the dash area . I dont want any cockpit shine or any kind of aerosol . But need something to clean the plastic trims ie dash , door cards etc . cheers tim
    i use the vxr cockpit cleaner sold by dealers it's a matt finish and the dash is left looking the same eg no shine like some of the silcone based ones

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    • #3
      Originally posted by michael parkes View Post
      i use the vxr cockpit cleaner sold by dealers it's a matt finish and the dash is left looking the same eg no shine like some of the silcone based ones
      Thats wot i use also, really good stuff too.

      2008 Arden Astra with a hint of Black

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      • #4
        I just use an all purpose cleaner

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Jay View Post
          I just use an all purpose cleaner

          citrus bling is a good all purpose cleaner
          ''we do not quit modifying because we grow old,''

          '' we grow old because we quit modifying ''

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          • #6
            I use poor boys, but I cant remember the name, matt something or other
            smells of marzipan

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            • #7
              Megs APC

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              • #8
                Autoglym Shampoo works quite well and leaves it matt

                the Vynal care leaves it more shinning and blingy

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                • #9
                  megs ultimate protection

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by VXRTIMMY View Post
                    hi there i have the astra vxr and would like to clean the dash area . I dont want any cockpit shine or any kind of aerosol . But need something to clean the plastic trims ie dash , door cards etc . cheers tim
                    Werkstat Satin Prot

                    I cannot recommend this product highly enough

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by michael parkes View Post
                      i use the vxr cockpit cleaner sold by dealers it's a matt finish and the dash is left looking the same eg no shine like some of the silcone based ones
                      Originally posted by jay.vxr View Post
                      megs ultimate protection
                      Originally posted by napster View Post
                      Werkstat Satin Prot

                      I cannot recommend this product highly enough
                      hmmmm which to choose thanks for your feedback

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                      • #12
                        I use poorboys natural look dressing; smells lush and does a good job. Careful not to buff to a shine though!"

                        I might have to try some of the GM stuff thought, anyone know if its in trade club as i've not seen it before
                        Arden Astra VXR
                        Stage 2 - 289bhp Blueflame Exhaust & Remap

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                        • #13
                          I use a product from chemical guys. Apply it with an applicator pad and then wipe it off with a micro fibre. Looks amazing when its done and repels the dust.

                          http://www.chemicalguysuk.com/product_p/newshn.htm

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                          • #14
                            I use 303 aerospace protectant. Works really well on leather, plastic, rubber, vinyl etc.
                            Corsa Vxr, Soon to be Ring Ready

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