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Having tried many a plastic cleaner in the past I decided to splash out and give the above ago. Its expensive but gives an excellent non-shiny finish - easily the best cleaner I have used on interior plastics.
 

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Agreed. I've been using the same one and it brings back a nice finish on the dash and door panels, and the steering wheel hub :D
I didn't find it expensive, though - I was expecting it to be twice as much as it was, so I was pleasantly surprised. ;)
 

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Each to their own I guess but I prefer to put it on the cloth and then wipe the trim, I get good even coverage this way.
 

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Tried this today after Reading the thread. Does what is says. Cleans areas without the shine or stickiness that some products leave. I have used other products in the past which do the same but this is fine. 200ml in a pump action bottle, should last a while.
 

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I think it is around £4 from a dealer I think, double check as it is a while since I bought mine!
 

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Dave1 said:
Mine cost £7.71, part number 83120413488. There is also an aerosol at around £4 but that is s different product so ensure you get the correct one. Looks like prices have gone up a bit.
Or I got the price wrong! :oops: although I did get a discount!

I also have the aerosol (Cockpit spray) it is not as good as the emulsion cleaner IMHO and leaves the trim abit too shiny for my liking but each to there own!
 
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