Detailing Plastic Trim

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Very little required for this, the best product by far that i've found, is 303's Protectant.

Click here to check out 303's page[1]


This can be used for inside and outside plastic trim, apply/clean with a microfibre towel, or use a toothbrush/detailing brush for fine grooves or crevices such as knurlings on switches and the markings on the top of a gear shift knob.

The finish will be clean and dry without attracting dust or a sticky residue. It will not shine excessively and will leave the surface looking new and not "painted" on.