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Unread 08-10-2006, 05:28 PM   #1
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What's the best protectant for a Wrangler dash?

I haven't put anything on it as of right now. I have used other protectants in the past on my cars, armor all, stp protectant, etc with no problems but all of these cars spent the majority of their time in the garage, my Jeep spends all its life outside in direct sunlight most of the day.

Anyway, the dash is starting to look somewhat chalky and I need suggestions from anyone who leaves their Jeep outside on what the best product is to use....

Thanks for the help

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Unread 08-10-2006, 05:31 PM   #2
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I think you can find it in the same aisle as the hood bras.
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I use a dash mat. Helps keep reflected glare off the windscreen, too.
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I think you can find it in the same aisle as the hood bras.

I was using your wifes underwear but they were too big to fit the entire dash correctly.
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Sad part is, that's probably true nowadays.






(Good thing she doesn't read this forum.)
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How did I know not to ask this question in GD.....

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Woody I just use a little hot water and a wash cloth. I don't use any soap because the soap attracts the dust and dirt. This is also the same reason I don't use Armorall or STP. The soaps and detergents attract alot of dirt and dust. I also don't use them in my mustang either.
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What you are looking for is called "303 Aerospace Protectant". Good stuff. You can use it on your soft top, dash, etc etc. Here's the link:

http://www.303products.com/main.php?infopage=protectant

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What you are looking for is called "303 Aerospace Protectant". Good stuff. You can use it on your soft top, dash, etc etc. Here's the link:

http://www.303products.com/main.php?infopage=protectant

I bought a gallon of this, best $60 I ever spent. I use it on EVERYTHING except the paint and glass.
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What you are looking for is called "303 Aerospace Protectant". Good stuff. You can use it on your soft top, dash, etc etc. Here's the link:

http://www.303products.com/main.php?infopage=protectant


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I use Meguiar's Natural Shine.


It's not greasy, doesnt attract dirt and isn't ultra mega death glare shiny. I likes it a lot
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I bought a gallon of this, best $60 I ever spent. I use it on EVERYTHING except the paint and glass.
haahah..back in the 80's, my brother in law had a brand new toyota pickup, his first new truck. He bought armor all, and didnt really know what it was for. He put it on everything but the glass...painted the whole thing in armor all!!!!

That sh*t was funny! Should have seen his face when I told him.....
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