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Meguir's here as well. Will be trying 303 Aerospace next.
 

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s14roller said:
Most people don't want the dash to shine but armor all would probably give it that shiny/wet look. I personally would try using warm water.

+1 ....most of the shiny stuff is going to attract more dust.
 

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Meguiar's Natural Shine protectant for me... keeps that dashboard looking like it did off the showroom floor. No excessive 'greasy' shine and UV protection... hard to beat.

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if you want ultra shiny for a show or something use the glossiest tire shine you can find (this also works good on underhood stuff). if you just want it to look nice and be protected there's no reason meguiers shouldn't be more than enough. 303 is good shit though
 

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I would stay away from Armorall! Out of all the companies out there, the only one that i Keep hearing bad things about is Armorall. I've used meguiars and mothers products and i've been VERY pleased with the outcome.

I'm interested in trying the 303. Sounds like fun stuff.
 

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There was a thread about cracked dashes a while back and most people blamed the armorall stuff.
 

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BigTSetter said:
I would stay away from Armorall! Out of all the companies out there, the only one that i Keep hearing bad things about is Armorall. I've used meguiars and mothers products and i've been VERY pleased with the outcome.

I'm interested in trying the 303. Sounds like fun stuff.
I second that... stay away from Armorall. Does 303 leave a super glossy shine?

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