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Just bought my used 2010 Commander 3 weeks ago. I am getting ready to detail it. Is there something I can use for the exterior and interior plastic that's not as greasy as armor all?

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I use a product called Back to Black on mine, works great on all colors of interior and great on all exterior black, you can get it everywhere to for around $5 a bottle.
 

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I, too, have found that Armor All leaves a greasy residue, but it depends on how much you use and how you apply it. I now use their "Wipes" that come coiled up in the plastic cans. I use the Cleaner one first to remove any dirt or dust. I can use as many as these as necessary because they don't leave any residue. Then I can use the Protectant wipes sparingly, just enough to protect and not leave a mess. I use the Leather wipes along with Meguiar's One Step Leather Care on my seats. I first use the wipe, and then squirt a little Meguiar's on the wipe and contine to use it until it becomes too dirty, and then continue with a clean wipe. This leaves a nice "leather" smell to the interior, on 4 year old seats!
I use Mothers Back-to-Black on the exterior.
 

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I use to detail cars for a living and I liked 303 aerospace protectant the best.
 

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