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    Interior Plastic Protectants

    Hey everyone,

    I'm currently using 303 Automotive Protectant on my car (after upgrading from the Meguiars Natural Shine Protectant) and am happy with the results on my plastic parts but would like to upgrade to something that offers more durability and protection (especially on the arm rests). Are there any recommendations?

    Can anyone attest to the durability of the PBL Leather and Vinyl coating and the Mckee's 37 Interior Surface Protectant as well?

    **Side-note: For leather I am extremely pleased with Gyeon Leather Shield**

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    Re: Interior Plastic Protectants

    I prefer Gyeon Preserve for interior plastics. I find it to be better than 303

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    Re: Interior Plastic Protectants

    Thanks Guz! What kind of durability are you finding with it (if it's even able to be measured given the nature of interior plastics)? Gyeon has a pretty impressive lineup I must admit.

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    Re: Interior Plastic Protectants

    I use it quarterly. I just like the look it leaves and it seems to restore the appearance of the interior is in need of rehydrating due to natural age.

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    Re: Interior Plastic Protectants

    Thank you! I really appreciate your input

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    Re: Interior Plastic Protectants

    I use Ultima Interior Guard, stuff is great!
    Back to the full-time grind.

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    Re: Interior Plastic Protectants

    I will take a look into it! Any input on durability (specifically friction related)?

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    Re: Interior Plastic Protectants

    LOVE Mc Kees 37 interior protectant! All I have been using for years. And the ZR2 got it since new. When I traded in the 6 year old Xterra, the interior plastics still looked like new.
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    Re: Interior Plastic Protectants

    I have been using meguairs natural shine and find it lasts a very long time. Looks good with one coat and if you want it a little more shiny just put another coat on.

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    Re: Interior Plastic Protectants

    I like the "Blackfire Interior Protectant" on the interior plastic panels. I keep my interior pretty clean, so I only apply it a few times a year. My armrests are leather and like to use the "Blackfire Leather Complete" on them.

    BLACKFIRE Interior Protectant

    BLACKFIRE Leather Complete

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