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Best products to maintain dash and seats, GS

This is a basic question ......haven't had a new car in years. Its the GS modeal with leather ette trim. The dealer had a package of products to use - I'm just wondering who else uses what?
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The last thing you want is a shiny dash. Car builders spend millions on developing materials that don't reflect in the windshield. The best product I've ever come across is Meguires interior cleaner. Spray it on and wipe it off immediately without allowing it to dry.

I personally use Meguires interior shampoo for any seats. Spray it on sparingly and then after about a minute, wipe it off with a damp microfibre.

I've got access to professional products but the above are the best imo.

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This is a basic question ......haven't had a new car in years. Its the GS modeal with leather ette trim. The dealer had a package of products to use - I'm just wondering who else uses what?
You may also be interested in looking for a thread I started called "Clay Bar, Polish Wax". Anchorman (and others) gave some good advice about car care. If nothing else it's worth looking at just to see anchorman's car.
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I always use Meguires interior detailer spray
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You may also be interested in looking for a thread I started called "Clay Bar, Polish Wax". Anchorman (and others) gave some good advice about car car. If nothing else it's worth looking at just to see anchorman's car.
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