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Old 01-28-2008, 09:29 AM
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Cleaning interior plastic?

What are people using to clean the interior plastic in their Expy's? I have an '07 XLT with the light tan interior and the plastic trim in the rear where I keep my fire gear is very dirty and I can't seem to find anything to clean the crevasses.

If anyone has found a cleaner that works please fill me in.

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I would try a diluted Simple Green mixture with a micro fiber towel. If that doesn't work, use the same Simple Green with a scrub type brush with light pressure. Warm the water too. Once your done, I would coat it with 303 protectant. It's not oily like others and won't attract more dirt as bad.
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Have you tried using some DAWN? Or a 1 to 4 mix of rubbing alcohol and water?
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To get in the crevasses I found that a stiff tooth brush or a shoe brush works well. The shoe brush is made from horse hair and is cheap to buy. The Kiwi brand is better.Look for it with the shoe cleaning supplies.
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This is stuff i use R2

http://www.meguiars.com/?clear-plastic-care/PlastX-Clear-Plastic-Cleaner-Polish I have used this and found ehttp://www.superiorcarcare.net/plexplasclea.html?gclid=COKWzazEppECFQp7PAodhx_afg xcellent product
its called Plexus you may want to type in the url a few other sites sell it
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