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    Woolite for interiors ???

    Anyone use Woolite at 8/1 dilution for car interiors ? I've been doing this for a while now, but lately, it seems to be leaving a bit of a film on the dash.
    If I do decide to switch to a dedicated interior QD, any recommendations ? Thanks

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    Re: Woolite for interiors ???

    Quote Originally Posted by saleenman607 View Post
    Anyone use Woolite at 8/1 dilution for car interiors ? I've been doing this for a while now, but lately, it seems to be leaving a bit of a film on the dash.
    If I do decide to switch to a dedicated interior QD, any recommendations ? Thanks
    ONR or Wipeout on a damp cloth. I don't like anything that leaves a residue on plastics.

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    Re: Woolite for interiors ???

    Thanks. Never heard of wipeout. ONR has cleaning properties?

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    Re: Woolite for interiors ???

    Absolutely, ONR lifts dirt and leaves a clean finish with no residue. Wipeout is from a supplier not currently carried by Autogeek so I don't want to go into more detail. As rinseless washes they are the safest starting point to clean interiors.

    Remember, start with the least aggressive method and go from there.

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    1Z cockpit

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    Re: Woolite for interiors ???

    I used Woolite before and abandoned it for the same reason. That and it seemed weak compared to dedicated products for that purpose.
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    Re: Woolite for interiors ???

    I used it extensively but not on dashboards or hard plastic. Carpet and cloth seats cleaned up very well with it.
    Rick....now in North Texas

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    Re: Woolite for interiors ???

    Thanks everyone that replied.........I'll try the QD ratio of ONR and get back to you after the results.

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    Re: Woolite for interiors ???

    Woolite is formulated for fabrics and I would seem to think that it would work well for carpets and cloth seats, not so much for plastic or vinyl. Just make sure that you rinse the areas with water and dry them thoroughly.

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    Re: Woolite for interiors ???

    Quote Originally Posted by UncleDavy View Post
    Woolite is formulated for fabrics and I would seem to think that it would work well for carpets and cloth seats, not so much for plastic or vinyl. Just make sure that you rinse the areas with water and dry them thoroughly.
    Crap.......never thought of a rinse wipe ! anyway, tried the onr and it worked great. I'll be doing that instead of a two wipe process.

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