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Mopar Cleaning Products?

Does anyone use Mopar cleaning products for the interior? It's been long enough and the commander finally needs a good cleaning. I will not use Armor All as I hate the shine.

What products do you guys use or recommend for cleaning the interior - dash/ doors / leather seats etc. This is by no means a mock thread - looking for the best ways to maintain the vehicle.

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I do NOT use Mopar Cleaning Products, can't say I have ever tried them, but suspect, like a lot of Mopar things that are NOT actual OEM parts, they are just aftermarket items repackaged and marked up in price.

Oil filters, now even brakes pads are the same as well. BUT, most of the other parts, are the same they use at the assembly plant, and you can count on those being quality.

Mopar Combustion Chamber Cleaner, is really good, but I found the AMSOIL Comustion Chamber seems to be the same thing.

I got a headgasket replacement kit from the dealer once, and got the Mopar Spray Gasket Sealant. I loved that stuff and have never found anything better or even like, some of the Spray Tac is similiar, but doesn't really leave a filling surface like it does.

I wash my interior with soap and water, sometimes I use Armor All on the dash, they make a dull shine, or flat version, which I like much better. Most of vinyl formulas have improved, armor all isn't as necessary to keep it from splitting and peeling. BUT, if you vehicle spends a lot of time in the sun, the UV rays can fade it, even cause some dry rot in areas. Which the armor all will help protect it.

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