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Tried many different types of cleaners/methods gleaned from forums and youtube with varying degrees of success but nothing that really did the job in removing the oily residue that comes up from the dash.


Used a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser (with warm water) and a squeegee and am pleased with the results.
 

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I have used Mr. Clean Magic Erasers with excellent results and no scratching. Currently I am using Dirtex which can be found at paint stores and on line. Be careful though as if you get it on certain plastics it can damage them. This is a powerful window cleaner with no streaking.
 

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I have used Mr. Clean Magic Erasers with excellent results and no scratching.
... A melamine sponge is more dense than your average cleaning sponge and its tiny pores make it a light abrasive, not unlike that of an extra fine sheet of sandpaper.
 

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I read where they are about 3000 grit, which would make them less abrasive than toothpaste. So I guess you are correct in your use. Thanks.
 

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70% Rubbing alcohol - simple and safe on most everything from interior plastics to clear coat. Permanently in my car.
Found it to be an excellent glass cleaner.
 

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70% Rubbing alcohol - simple and safe on most everything from interior plastics to clear coat. Permanently in my car.
Found it to be an excellent glass cleaner.
I had some 50% alcohol that worked well, thanks! :wink2:
 
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Received this as a gift.

Have tried it dry twice and has worked well.

 
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