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Looking for cleaning products for the PP dash and leather seats. I really don't like Armor All.
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For all interior surfaces, use a clean damp microfiber and a dry microfiber as needed.

For leather seats, the best thing you can do is periodically vacuum the dust, dirt and grime that builds up. Then, use a clean damp microfiber and follow up with a dry microfiber to absorb any excess moisture. Lower grade automotive leather have a plasticizer applied to the surface.
 

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For all interior surfaces, use a clean damp microfiber and a dry microfiber as needed.

For leather seats, the best thing you can do is periodically vacuum the dust, dirt and grime that builds up. Then, use a clean damp microfiber and follow up with a dry microfiber to absorb any excess moisture. Lower grade automotive leather have a plasticizer applied to the surface.
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I use the Lexol kit. Gets the seats clean and in good shape.
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To clean/dust my dash I've been using a Mini California Car Duster. I like the reach and that I can easily get into the windshield/dash crevice.
 

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Hello elder prep
Do you have a recommended place you bought your duster. Is Calfornia duster the brand name?
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Hello elder prep
Do you have a recommended place you bought your duster. Is Calfornia duster the brand name?
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Hello Warren, Its the name brand California Car Duster. I purchased both on Amazon. I have both the large wood handle duster and, as mentioned in a previous post, the Mini version. If your planning to purchase a Duster, please read all the comments about previous users experiences on the Amazon site. It's important that you read the instructions prior to use, especially the three-day newspaper wrap step. I use both on my PP when a water wash is not needed or I have nothing else to do so I go into my garage and dust! ;) Let us know what you decide. Ken
 

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I second the Lexol Cleaner & Conditioner (as two separate items)!
 

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I used Griots Interior Cleaner with a microfiber cloth for practically everything. No smell or stickiness. I don't think the seats are "real" leather anyway. I had the Meguires but it can be quite greasy. I usually have to wipe down a second time with a soft cloth.
 

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Thanks for the Griots recommendation. Just purchased some on Amazon and it should be here tomorrow.
 

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I used Griots Interior Cleaner with a microfiber cloth for practically everything. No smell or stickiness. I don't think the seats are "real" leather anyway. I had the Meguires but it can be quite greasy. I usually have to wipe down a second time with a soft cloth.
My Griots came today. Will give it a try tomorrow. Kind of nice that it does not have an obnoxious scent.
 

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I used the Griots interior cleaner today and I have to say it is awesome and really nice to clean with. I recommend it. Thanks lgotsoul4u for the recommendation.
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I'm a fan of Lexol for taking care of the leather seats and the leather dashboard on our other cars. However, it appears the Passport dashboard is some type of vinyl. I used 303 Protectant on the Passport dashboard, interior door surfaces and the outside black plastic areas. It does protect against UV damage.
 

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For those of you out there that use Griot's products. I am currently using their interior cleaner which I really like but now I am looking to possibly order their interior detailer. I am looking for some sun protection and it looks like this will give me that. I am wondering if I should buy the trigger spray or the aerosol version. Anyone use this and how do you like it and what is your delivery preference. Trigger or aerosol?
 
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