When I had the wood trim, I used Invisible Glass to clean it. I think any glass cleaner would do the trick in removing fingerprints, smudges, etc.jk330i said:anyone have any tips on what products to use?
Especially the myrtle wood trim, is there anything out there that specifically adds the glossy shine?
Try Griot's Garage Interior cleaner. Works wonders, treats vinyl, leather, and UPHOLSTERY...I left some pretty nasty oil/dirt/grim stains on Raffi's car when I was working on it and the GGI took care of it.jk330i said:the only thing i hate about those vinyl/leather cleaners is the smell of the product. I think it kind of overruns the natural smell of the leather.
since someone mentioned to treat the wood trim as paint, does that mean waxing it also does the trick? Sounds interesting.
Which is why I hate taking my car in for service.rwg said:I just had my windshield replaced recently and the installer left three awful grease/grime/glue smudges on the gray portion of the headliner along the a pillars.
Yeah, well - what are you going to do when the windshield has a 12" crack that is growing? Actually, I suspect if the dealer did such repairs, it would not have been botched with stains. They have been pretty good so far. This was done by an auto glass replacement business that comes to you - with special order original equipment. Which reminds me - well, different topic. I will put it in a new thread.johnlew said:
Which is why I hate taking my car in for service.