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    I've not had my BMW for long and need to know what to use on the inside to clean the dash and cockpit. I'm just abit worried about that rubbery paint Finnish everywhere and don't want to use something that will aggravate it.
    Anyone know of a friendly product to use?
     
     

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    the dash is pretty robust,

    i use megs ultimate detailer on mine with microfiber cloth, spray it on wipe it off,

    it brings the back back to life

    http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/detail.../prod_361.html
     
     

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    Just had a look at the stuff you mentioned, but isn't that for the paintwork on the outside?
     
     

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    its a quick detailer, its basically soapy water

    you can use it on anything paint, plastic, trim, glass, dash,
     
     

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    poorboys natural look dressing is ideal for interior trim and dash.. leaves a nice clean matt finish

    autoglym glass polish is pretty hard to beat for the windows..

    if you've got leather you want gliptone cleaner and conditioner,

    for cloth interior meguiars make an excellent cleaning spray.. also autoglyms hi-foam fabric mousse is great!
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    Got it in 1 baderlfc!!!
     
     

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    Thanks for the advice
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