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My cee'd (58) dashboard and door surfaces have a non-smooth surface - like a barely noticable ridged surface. What a great "dust gatherer" this is



So those with this sort of surface - how are you cleaning it??
 

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Hi there dave,how are you mate it was good to see you on the Soul run,anyway i digress, i use the proper dash wipes( dont streak) or have used furniture wipes.
 

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I use non silicon based dash products because I found that silicon based products attracted dust and made dashboard change colour to the best way is to clean your dash with foaming cleaner and then use a uv protection satin finish product because satin / Matt finish attract dust less a nail brush is handy for cleaning stippled surfaces
 

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Tried various cloths / wipes, and if they have even one loose "bobble", it instantly gets caught on the "ridges/grooves".
 

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Thanks Dan, I'll give that a try. I must admit I like the appearance / effect, but just not the most practical of surfaces.
 

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Microfibre cloth is the best way. However if the dash is badly soiled I would suggest a very light vacuum with a brush and then a simple damp cloth; it will not leave streaks. You may also find a selection of your wife's new make-up brushes and a cocktail stick or two come in handy.....
 

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Can you advise how to remove blue eyeshadow and mascara, following your previously unsuccessful advice
Thanks for the microfibre/hoover idea.... spot on
 
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