Interior Cleaner

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  1. John Dirks Jr

    John Dirks Jr Active Member

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    What is good for cleaning and conditioning dash, door panels and the like?

    I could go for a low sheen finish but I don't want any of the oily looking armourall crap.
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    jcgafford Well-Known Member

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    Upholstery shop told me nothing but soap and water. Everything else is bad for the interior.
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    boostfrk Active Member

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    This is all I use.
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    Onefine88 Previously 89SSC18

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    I always use Tuff Stuff in all my vehicles. Its great! You can get it at most any parts store.
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    TOOLOW91 Mustang Master

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    worked wonders on my 86 Seats that were in a leaking t top car


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    Tough Stuff is AWESOME, EXCEPT I have to see who borrowed it in the house and did not return it. Old baby spit up is no challenge. It will get rid of a spilled fancy coffee if used with a wet vac, and clean the nastiest looking seat belts like new. I thought my newest old belts were toast until two or three passes with this. Best yet, the light, pleasant smell is NOT overwhelming. My dad uses some pink spray called Clear Magic with good results. It was at Kmart and Checker. And he is picky about a clean car, even after he picks up cars that need real cleaning.
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    John Dirks Jr Active Member

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    I'll give Tough Stuff a try. Thanks
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    jcgafford Well-Known Member

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    I retract my previous opinion. Tuff stuff is awesome! Carpet and vinyl look way better after a scrub down with it.
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    Onefine88 Previously 89SSC18

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    Glad you came to your senses.;)
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    ok for the techs out there i got a question i have a96 mustang 3.8 that i got bored thity over heads ported and polished roller rockers a stage two port and polish on an m90 tbird blower dual exhaust no cats or mufflerss and a2.48 blower pully what size ijnectors should i use and for more botom end power do i need to advanve or retard the timing
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    madspeed Colonel Mustard Mod Dude Founding Member

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    start a new thread with your tech question and maybe you'll get a response
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    I go here for everything www.adamspolishes.com. Great products and unparalleled customer service. Oh ya, and everything is Made in the USA.



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    madspeed Colonel Mustard Mod Dude Founding Member

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    i use all Adams stuff for my exterior, but havent tried their interior suff yet

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