Suggestions cleaning dash

Discussion in 'SRT Hellcat General Discussions' started by WhoFlungPoo, Apr 29, 2015.

  1. WhoFlungPoo

    WhoFlungPoo Silver Member

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    Noticed yesterday in the bright sun that my dash looks dirty with a white cloudy film across the entire dash pad. Looking for suggestions of the best and safest way to clean the pad without damaging or discoloring it. First thought is soap and water but not sure what if any soap will be safe and not damage the dash or discolor.
     
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    Ivory soap is mild BUT no matter what you try do a very small place to test
     
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    just pucked up Mcguires satin finish interior detail spray.. havnt tried it yet though.
     
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    I've been using the Mcguires interior wipes. Working good for me.
     
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    I haven't tried anything yet to clean the dash on my Hellcat. I am aware of the fact that many people who used Armor All on their 2008 SRT Challengers reported that it caused their dash pads to turn white. I'd be surprised if the substrate material used to make the dash pad has changed significantly. Whatever you use, I'd stay away from Armor All.
     
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    My wife told me to use the Swiffer duster, and if she says so ....
     
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    Smart man!
     
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    It's really simple, a damp microfiber towel...end of story
     
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    I agree. That's what I'd start with.
     
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    damp towel, keep the nature color not the gloss shiny finish of armorall that looks like then just dries up and takes the dash with it over time
     
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    Sounds correct and safe.
     
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    damp cloth is all i ever use
     
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    That is what I used. Works great! ;D

    April
     
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    Cant go wrong with a damp cloth but just fyi, the Wipes do not leave a gloss or shine.
     

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