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  1. 2004 325ti - what do you use to clean/protect the vinyl type parts of your interior? 
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    what do you use to clean/protect the vinyl type parts of your interior?

    I'm talking about the parts like on the door cards, dash, centre console etc..?

    I've been using autoglym vinyl/rubber cleaner but too be honest its crap!

    As soon as you spray it on it just soaks straight in leaving spots!!

    Any other suggestions??
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    I use AG vinyl stuff, its pretty good and cheap as well. The upside is that it works on the black exterior trim around the mirrors etc.
     
     

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    I use AG Vinyl and rubber care and never have any spots.

    I spray it straight on the microfibre cloth and then apply it that way instead of spraying it on to the surface i wanna clean.

    Maybe that may work for you
     
     

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