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    Re: Need Help w/ Interior Protectant

    Another vote for 303.

    I've tried others, but I like this the best.

    I have also never had it streak on me while just applying with a MF cloth. Just my experience.
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    Re: Need Help w/ Interior Protectant

    Another vote for 303, sounds like an echo in here.
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    Re: Need Help w/ Interior Protectant

    Thank you everyone for all of your suggestions! I'll be trying the 303 I do believe

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    Re: Need Help w/ Interior Protectant

    Meguiars #40. lol just to be different. You will be fine with 303! good luck
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    Re: Need Help w/ Interior Protectant

    For what it’s worth, I use VRP on my interior sometimes, but I dilute it 2:1 in a spray bottle. Really tones down the gloss and just leaves my black plastics more black.

    I haven’t ever had it react that way when I get some moisture on it though, so I imagine the 303 will solve that issue for you.

    Carpro PERL works really nicely on interiors as well.

    Most of the time I just wipe everything down with an ONR dampened towel and skip dressing it (I’m very lazy.)


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    Re: Need Help w/ Interior Protectant

    I might try something like Wolfgang Cockpit Trim Sealant as an initial coat. And then maintain weekly with 303 or McKee's Fast Interior Detailer. The WG will seal it up and the Detailer will give you a spot free finish every week.

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    Re: Need Help w/ Interior Protectant

    Quote Originally Posted by AZpolisher15 View Post
    I might try something like Wolfgang Cockpit Trim Sealant as an initial coat. And then maintain weekly with 303 or McKee's Fast Interior Detailer. The WG will seal it up and the Detailer will give you a spot free finish every week.
    That’s what I do. Wolfgang Cockpit trim Sealant as my base 2x year. Then McKee’s 37 fast Interior cleaver as needed.


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    Re: Need Help w/ Interior Protectant

    Quote Originally Posted by MissV8der View Post
    Thank you everyone for all of your suggestions! I'll be trying the 303 I do believe
    You will not be disappointed... just remember that it DOESN'T air dry... you have to buff it with a MF towel. I have the wipes and they're pretty easy to use.

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    Re: Need Help w/ Interior Protectant

    Optiseal

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