Cleaning composite panels

Cleaning composite panels

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    Cleaning composite panels

    Folks-

    Looks like my 5 year old finally got his grubby hands on the wife's interior trim. I'm wondering what everyone is using to clean their interior panels...I'll be tackling this for the first time this week.

    Thanks!

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    I've always used Poorboy's Natural Look Dressing on interior panels for all my cars... I've always hated anything with any kind of a shine, and this does a really good job. The smell isn't the best, but it goes away after a day or so, and the results stay for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by same2you View Post
    I've always used Poorboy's Natural Look Dressing on interior panels for all my cars... I've always hated anything with any kind of a shine, and this does a really good job. The smell isn't the best, but it goes away after a day or so, and the results stay for a while.
    Being a fan of Poorboy's I would give it a shot but I know my wife will hate me if there is a smell she doesn't like...especially since the Evoque is her car (technically)
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    Try Blue Magic Leather and Vinyl cleaner. It's an inexpensive liquid cleaner in a spray bottle that's easy to use, leaves a mild satin sheen and has a clean leather smell.
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    Thanks Jeff...will do!

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    The leather cleaner that was supplied with my Evoque has been working great. It is a clear liquid that does not have any odor nor does is leave any residual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dabbler View Post
    The leather cleaner that was supplied with my Evoque has been working great. It is a clear liquid that does not have any odor nor does is leave any residual.
    This worked great for me as well!!! In fact it got the stains my wife put on the tan leather seats off...now what can we find to reduce the wear on the driver's seat?

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    Hi...what "leather cleaner" were you supplied with?? I would be interested in the name brand for myself. Also since on the topic of the interior, what is the best cleaner for the dash. Not sure what the actual material is. If it's the same as what was referred to as the "interior panels", than I get it

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    Quote Originally Posted by rangebaby View Post
    Hi...what "leather cleaner" were you supplied with?? I would be interested in the name brand for myself. Also since on the topic of the interior, what is the best cleaner for the dash. Not sure what the actual material is. If it's the same as what was referred to as the "interior panels", than I get it
    Not sure what the name of it is...but I use 1Z einszett Leather Care Lederpflege, which you can find here: http://www.detailersdomain.com/Leath...ner_c_103.html

    It works wonders on the tan seats especially with the wife and kids in and out of the vehicle.
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