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303 Automotive Protectant. Doesn’t leave any greasy residue or shine. Leaves a nice matte finish.


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does the 303 contain any silicones that may lead to cracking of the dash? I heard that we should avoid Armor All since it contains silicone and over time it can lead to cracking, not sure if this is true or not.
 

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Another vote for 303. Just an FYI, 303 Aerospace UV Protectant is the same thing as 303 Automotive Protectant and can usually be found cheaper.
 

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Another vote for 303. Just tried it for the first time on my Civic recently. Makes the plastics look new without a shiny, greasy finish. I like the smell of a new car (who doesn't) so I won't be using in on the CR-V anytime soon. On new cars we just wipe it down with a damp cloth.
 

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I just use water to wipe the dash off a couple of times a year.
I have a 'duster' in the storage area between the front seats and sometimes use it to dust of the dash. It has a brush on one end that I use in the crevices and around the buttons and controls on the center console.
 

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Water or dollar store Pledge knock off. Ford Ranger parked outside for 16 years looked like new when I sold it.
 
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