Interior Detail Spray - Your Suggestions?

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#1

What type of interior cleaner do you use for dash, floorboard, and door areas of your car? I have been using a no shine spray to clean and detail (meaning no glossy look or wet look), but no matter how hard I try, the spray leaves spotty results on my black dash and door areas. I’ve reapplied and buffed with a soft rag- still splotches of darker areas and lighter areas. Is there a product you might recommend that will detail evenly? Thanks for your help.


#2

I use Meguiar’s quick interior detailer. It leaves no spots.
https://www.amazon.com/Meguiars-G13616-Interior-Detailer-Cleaner/dp/B000AMLWH8


#3

I am using Meguiar’s Natural Shine Protectant. I’ll try the one you have recommended. Thank you


#4

Read the instruction on the bottle because some of them need to be diluted.Usually 1 to 10


#5

I use a clean rag well-wetted in water with some Ivory dishwashing liquid. I then rinse with another clean rag well-wetted with plain water.

I personally do not like that shiny look and greasy feel left by some popular “protectants”.


#6

Also, some say not to use in direct sunlight.


#7

I know the spots you mean and I quit on anything other than a mild cleaner long ago. I have had good luck with Griot’s interior cleaner. I found it worked well on all the surfaces. Here is more info and some images from our partner site BestRide if interested. Just FYI, I have never received anything of value, not even a free sample, from Griot.


#8

Thank you. I’ll check out the products.


#9

I like using 303 protectant since it has UV protection and is not greasy.


#10

Go to the you tube channel for Dallas paint correction. You will gwt lots of information on car detailing products.


#11

Thank you. I appreciate your help.


#12

I switched to Armor All original. No shine.

This product removed the spotting and went on evenly.

I’ll keep using it and see if the results continue.