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What do people use to clean the plastic/vinyl molding on their interior doors? I'm using a micro fiber with water now and have also tried a little Murphy's Oil Soap. My pooch likes to lay his head/mouth on the armrest and I'm having problems cleaning this. The molding is light in color.

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Plastic molding and trim can be cleaned with the same product you use for cleaning leather, however to don't treat it the same after cleaned. Whereas you condition leather, you "dress" plastic and vinyl. use a water base dressing for plastic and vinyl, you won't believe the results. My water based dressing is used in the engine, doors, dash, with stunning results. Gary
 

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Try the Mopar Total Clean it really works . It`s the stuff the detailer uses I got it from my Chrysler dealer . When I tried to buy it they were out so I stop at the Dodge dealer He aid it`s for the detailer`s and not for sale. so I got it from the Chrysler dealer. It keeps the inside looking like new.
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moddog said:
Try the Mopar Total Clean it really works . It`s the stuff the detailer uses I got it from my Chrysler dealer . When I tried to buy it they were out so I stop at the Dodge dealer He aid it`s for the detailer`s and not for sale. so I got it from the Chrysler dealer. It keeps the inside looking like new.
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I also recently bought Mopat Total Clean at the dealer for $5 per bottle.
It is recommended in the User's Manual to clean the leather seats.
 

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joey said:
I also recently bought Mopat Total Clean at the dealer for $5 per bottle.
It is recommended in the User's Manual to clean the leather seats.
Well, of course it is. Do you think they'd actually recommend anything other than a Mopar product? ;)
 

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Well, of course it is. Do you think they'd actually recommend anything other than a Mopar product? ;)
The cleaning instructions on the leather seats say water, or the Mopar stuff. These seats don't look too durable, so I figured I would use what they suggested in case a warranty issue develops. And for $5, it seemed like a good deal.
 

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joey said:
The cleaning instructions on the leather seats say water, or the Mopar stuff. These seats don't look too durable, so I figured I would use what they suggested in case a warranty issue develops. And for $5, it seemed like a good deal.
Well, I guess for only five bucks, I'd just as soon use it rather than water. ;)
 

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An excellent product for vinyl cleaning/treatment is made by Lexol, the same people that make the Lexol leather cleaner and conditioners.

Lexol Vinylex is what I trust for any cleaning/treatment. Not greasy like many of the vinyl treatments, has a UV protectant, and can look low gloss, semi-gloss or high gloss depending on how you apply it.

Tip: With most vinyl treatments, if they are too glossy, just wipe them down with a slightly damp cloth, it helps spread out the treatment, takes out some or most of the gloss and still leaves it treated. Also, never just spray vinyl treatment on the material, anywhere near the dash it is bound to spot the glass, lenses and chrome. Just apply to a cloth and wipe. Lexol also comes in pull-up wipes in addition to the spray bottles.

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Tom Tom- The pooch is not in the HEMI....I wish he was though. He's in my glorious '94 New Yorker. :)

I hope kcrnmale doesn't read this and give me poop. I've already got enough of that around here. :)
 
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