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Old 11-06-2007, 06:21 PM
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How do you keep it clean?

I am interested in how you keep your interior clean. I know the black dash collects dust like crazy. I bought some microfiber towels at Costco. I get one wet with warm water and then wring it out and wipe down everything. Works ok but not on the seats. The tan leather tends to get dirty very quickly. I use Leather CPR about once a month on the leather portion seems to revive it pretty good. Not sure what to use on the rest of the seats. Whats a good vinyl product that's not too greasy?
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Have you tried Lexol? Or 303?
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Old 11-07-2007, 11:26 AM
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I have used 303 on the hard plastic and it works nice. For some reason on the 'pleather' it leaves a slight chalky appearance.
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OHH not good. I love 303 and use it on leather steering wheels but not on the fake stuff. It should work great unless Ford has coated the seats with something to help use keep them clean. I will ask my Toyota guy what they use and see what he says.
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If you are wanting to simply wipe the dust off the interior pieces then go get a yellow tack rag (what painters use to wipe down a car before spraying). You can get them at almost any parts store, like pep boys. Use a light touch and it will collect ANY dust or aprticles that it touches. Does not leave that "residue" behind when using damp rags or paper towles. Mine has the almost completely balck interior and it sure is pretty, but damn it shows dust/dirt. I have been using Meguiars leather conditioner/cleaner on all my leather seats and works nice.
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Toyota uses some product from MOC. I am trying to get some to see whats in it but no luck today...Sorry.
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Yes, mine is all black too. I feel like I have to vacuum the carpet every 3 days with my kids getting in and out so much.
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