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Re: Help! Got paint off the dashboard? Or is it dust?
« Reply #30 : May 20, 2020, 03:58:03 »
Only from here I can buy are sites in my country
It moves straight to the right place for plastic renewables
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Re: Help! Got paint off the dashboard? Or is it dust?
« Reply #31 : May 20, 2020, 04:02:33 »


I'd say[color=blue][without evidence, personal opinions are irrelevant][/color] with heat and age it broke down some.[citation required][/color] I've sen [color=blue](sic)[/color] this before, ironically though I think the higher spec get your colours yet the cheapie black[colorr=blue]=blue] [liguistic attempt at English literal language] which is original base materaial[colo (sic) [/color]likely lasts the longest.[color=blue][citation required][/color] cheap way of making things I guess [ obvious bias].

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Re: Help! Got paint off the dashboard? Or is it dust?
« Reply #32 : May 20, 2020, 04:08:06 »


I'd say[without evidence, personal opinions are irrelevant] with heat and age it broke down some.[citation required] I've seen (sic) this before, ironically though I think the higher spec get your colours yet the cheapie black [liguistic attempt at English literal language] which is original base materaial (sic) likely lasts the longest.[citation required] cheap way of making things I guess [ obvious bias].

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Stop using those strong cleaners, the fumes are frying your brain :crazy1:
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Re: Help! Got paint off the dashboard? Or is it dust?
« Reply #33 : May 20, 2020, 04:09:27 »
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Re: Help! Got paint off the dashboard? Or is it dust?
« Reply #34 : May 20, 2020, 04:18:56 »
So is there a recommendation for the material to renew black plastic?
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Re: Help! Got paint off the dashboard? Or is it dust?
« Reply #35 : May 20, 2020, 05:05:01 »
My brain is hurting trying to read Hebrew but I recognise Meguires, which can be trusted. Anything that is an interior plastic restorer should be safe. Armor All built its reputation specifically on its protectant: :link: Interior Car Cleaning Protectants | Armor All
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Re: Help! Got paint off the dashboard? Or is it dust?
« Reply #36 : May 20, 2020, 05:17:22 »
My brain is hurting trying to read Hebrew but I recognise Meguires, which can be trusted. Anything that is an interior plastic restorer should be safe. Armor All built its reputation specifically on its protectant: :link: Interior Car Cleaning Protectants | Armor All

You can always use the Google plugin to translate
If you have accurate material, send a link to the product itself?  And only with your own experience or you know it works for a long time, and not for two weeks at most.  But for a minimum year
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Re: Help! Got paint off the dashboard? Or is it dust?
« Reply #37 : May 20, 2020, 05:25:39 »
And only with your own experience or you know it works for a long time, and not for two weeks at most.  But for a minimum year
Most if not all interior cleaners/protectants need to be done every 3 or 4 months.

Re: Help! Got paint off the dashboard? Or is it dust?
« Reply #38 : May 20, 2020, 05:40:35 »
And only with your own experience or you know it works for a long time, and not for two weeks at most.  But for a minimum year
Most if not all interior cleaners/protectants need to be done every 3 or 4 months.

The color didn't really drop until the end, just a little bit, it got a little brighter and not too bright so you want to maintain
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