Bring back that shine to your BMW.
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I just usually use the damp drying towel after I've dried the car.Dave911 wrote:What does everyone use to clean the inside of the car. Not for the leather but for the dash etc.
Occasionally I use this if I think it needs a bit of a spruce up.
http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/interior/ ... d_328.html
2017 F20 M140i / Estoril Blue / Pro Media / Heated Black Leather / Full Black Panel Display / Front & rear PDC / Electric Folding Mirrors / Auto Box / Sun Protection Glass / Gloss black MP grille
Just a gentle wipe down with a warm damp microfibre to keep that factory look & there are a massive number of matt non sticky trim dressings available if you need to cover any marks or scratches, poorboys natural look dressing is still hard to beat for most trim.