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Mild (Cheap) Spray for Interior?

Of the consumer spray cleaners, which are mild enough to use for periodic wipe downs of the dash/interior? I'm thinking Simple Green here, but I've been burned in the past by cleaners that had a bit of citrus in them, which can etch clear plastic, like instrument panels. Thanks!
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Re: Mild (Cheap) Spray for Interior?

Ummm, nobody washes their car anymore? Too busy "detailing?"
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Re: Mild (Cheap) Spray for Interior?

i use simple green in my work van. that stuff is amazing! but in my jeep i use some stuff by adams polishes, its kind of expensive but its soooo worth it!
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Re: Mild (Cheap) Spray for Interior?

I use Meguiar's "Quik Interior Detail" spray for quickie interior clean ups. I've never had adverse affects on a number of different vehicles, it doesn't leave a greasy/shiny film, and it actually smells decent.
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Re: Mild (Cheap) Spray for Interior?

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I use Meguiar's "Quik Interior Detail" spray for quickie interior clean ups. I've never had adverse affects on a number of different vehicles, it doesn't leave a greasy/shiny film, and it actually smells decent.
This is what I use
I use simple green on my wheels from time to time. I don't think I would ever use it on the interior.
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Re: Mild (Cheap) Spray for Interior?

Thanks! I bought a bottle of the Meguiar's and it works just fine.
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Re: Mild (Cheap) Spray for Interior?

Water is the mildest and cheapest. Unless you spilled something a damp cloth will pick up the dust and pollen. Then if there are any spots that didn't clean up turn to a commercial spray cleaner.


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