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At the risk of creating a new thread on an old topic, what do you use to clean the interior of your Commander?

I was using Armour All cleaner but it streaks, havent been real pleased.....Windex doesnt do it, so what do you use for the interior??

Seats, backs, dash etc....oh, and I didnt search it first..........
 

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At the risk of creating a new thread on an old topic, what do you use to clean the interior of your Commander?

I was using Armour All cleaner but it streaks, havent been real pleased.....Windex doesnt do it, so what do you use for the interior??

Seats, backs, dash etc....oh, and I didnt search it first..........
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Mine is new and the interior hasn't gotten that dirty - yet!

Looking forward to reading the responses here.
 

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all the plastics - distilled water in a spray bottle only

glass - bissel multi-surface

leather - lexol

for your door and window seals - wurth rubber care

use several micro fiber towels as well with each
 

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cico7 said:
At the risk of creating a new thread on an old topic, what do you use to clean the interior of your Commander?

I was using Armour All cleaner but it streaks, havent been real pleased.....Windex doesnt do it, so what do you use for the interior??

Seats, backs, dash etc....oh, and I didnt search it first..........
From TSB #23-036-07 dated August 22, 2007:


All Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep vehicles are designed with a low gloss interior trim. This low
gloss finish maintains pleasing aesthetics, as well as to minimize glare of the instrument
panel into the windshield. This low gloss finish should not be altered with a medium or high
gloss interior treatment solution such as MOPAR Protector's or other Armor All-like
products.
Instead, MOPAR Satin Select, p/n 05174395AA, which has been specifically developed to
remove minor surface contamination and maintain the low gloss appearance should be
used for interior trim treatment.
To use MOPAR Satin Select low gloss finish to treat interior trim, shake the bottle prior to
application. Spray on a clean, lint free towel or microfiber towel, and wipe while surface is
cool. MOPAR Satin Select is safe for use on plastic, vinyl and leather and provides UV​
protection.
 

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I have been using all of Meguiar's products on my vehicles for years. From the quick detailer after you wash...to wax...to leather cleaner and protector...to their glass products...they are all great IMO. I hate when you get into a vehicle that has been armor all'ed beyond belief and the dash is sparkling shiny and you slide off the seats! Meguiar's interior cleaner (dash, etc) maintains the matte finish while cleaning at the same time so that's a plus for me! You can find some starter packs that have several products packaged together at a great price if you just want to test them out?!?! I forgot to mention the Meguiar's scratch remover...I used it on my Harley (it's black) and the slight swirl marks disappeared for good, I was amazed! My Commander is black so I won't hesitate to use that on my XK if it's ever needed, God forbid!!!
 
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