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tgfhatch
Aug 9th, 2005, 09:45 AM
I bought a bottle of the quick interior detailer. and yes i do like it. but i'm looking for something that will really really bring the dash out. i dont want to use a armor product, but armor seems to make the dash shine. the quick detailer just more then less took the dust and cleaned it. is there another meguiar's product to use?

Mike Phillips
Aug 9th, 2005, 10:01 AM
Originally posted by tgfhatch
I bought a bottle of the quick interior detailer. and yes i do like it. but I'm looking for something that will really really bring the dash out. i dont want to use a armor product, but armor seems to make the dash shine. the quick detailer just more then less took the dust and cleaned it. is there another Meguiar's product to use?

Now remember, Quik Interior Detailer is not a protectant, it's for removing light dust, fingerprints and smudges somewhat like you would use our Quik Detailer for on the outside of your car.

Meguiar's offers a number of different options when it comes to interior protectant like Armor-All type products,

Check out this link to see some of them...

Vinyl & Rubber Plastic Protectants (http://meguiars.com/estore/product_list.cfm?sectionname=Consumer%20(Meguiar's%20Brand)>Car%20Interior%20Care>Vinyl/Rubber/Plastic%20Protectants&sectionID=12101)

Mike Phillips
Aug 9th, 2005, 10:04 AM
Originally posted by Mike Phillips

Vinyl & Rubber Plastic Protectants (http://meguiars.com/estore/product_list.cfm?sectionname=Consumer%20(Meguiar's%20Brand)>Car%20Interior%20Care>Vinyl/Rubber/Plastic%20Protectants&sectionID=12101)

Whoops!

Looks like the URL addresses on some of the new www.meguiars.com E-store are not friendly to vbulletin code.

Click on the below link, and on the left hand navigation panel look for,

& Rubber Plastic Protectants

http://meguiars.com/estore/

tgfhatch
Aug 9th, 2005, 10:13 AM
ohhhh never noticed that about the quick detailer. so i could hit the dash with some NXT Generation™ Tech Protect, then just use the QD as it gets dusty?

Mike Phillips
Aug 9th, 2005, 10:14 AM
Originally posted by tgfhatch
so i could hit the dash with some NXT Generation™ Tech Protect, then just use the QD as it gets dusty?

Exactly. :xyxthumbs

tgfhatch
Aug 9th, 2005, 10:17 AM
thanks mike. i'm trying to gather up all my products for the first ever full detail (engine bay, exterior with clay bar, interior, trunk, and all) for the Civic for the biggest show of the summer in 2 weeks.

im' patiently waiting to get my meguiar's present in the mail. all i need now is some nxt metal and NXT Generation™ Tech Protect and I'm ready to start detailing.