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    Re: Quik Interior Detailer

    If used for light cleaning/dusting etc. on a dash or vinyl that already has say Ultimate Protectant on it will it remove it?

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    Re: Quik Interior Detailer

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Stoops View Post
    Not only is the bottle an upgrade, but does that sprayer look familiar? Yep, it's the same one used in our Mirror Glaze products such as M3416 Final Inspection and M4016 Professional Vinyl & Rubber Cleaner/Conditioner!
    I knew it looked familiar! hahaha! Sweet those sprayers are perfect!

    Speaking of M40, this improved cleaning ability...are we talking somewhere along the lines of M40's cleaning ability or a little less?

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    Re: Quik Interior Detailer

    Quote Originally Posted by Gemini13 View Post
    If used for light cleaning/dusting etc. on a dash or vinyl that already has say Ultimate Protectant on it will it remove it?
    While it may remove some, depending on how much QID you use and how aggressively you work it, UP is pretty tenacious stuff and shouldn't just come off with a light dusting. If you use QID on your interior in much the same way you use UQD on your paint (essentially just a light mist and wipe) you should be fine. If you soak an area and then scrub it clean, you'll most likely remove the majority of UP on that area.

    Quote Originally Posted by john m. View Post
    I knew it looked familiar! hahaha! Sweet those sprayers are perfect!

    Speaking of M40, this improved cleaning ability...are we talking somewhere along the lines of M40's cleaning ability or a little less?
    Good question, and one that we can't answer at this moment. Experience says probably not to quite that level, but give us a bit to confirm that.
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    Re: Quik Interior Detailer

    I hope that by betting cleaning action it isn't too harmful???

    I basically use QID for dusting and don't really need much cleaning ability at all.

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    Re: Quik Interior Detailer

    Quote Originally Posted by mb911 View Post
    I hope that by betting cleaning action it isn't too harmful???

    I basically use QID for dusting and don't really need much cleaning ability at all.
    Same here, I only use it for light dusting and light cleaning. I think Mike stated earlier in the thread the APC would still be a stronger cleaner, I would imagine it would depend on the dilution as well.
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    Re: Quik Interior Detailer

    Quote Originally Posted by mb911 View Post
    I hope that by betting cleaning action it isn't too harmful???

    I basically use QID for dusting and don't really need much cleaning ability at all.
    Harmful? Not even close. If you use QID just for light dusting then you aren't taking advantage of the cleaning ability it currently contains, and that's fine. Used lightly it will only clean lightly, and with regular use that prevents the build up of dirt on a variety of surfaces. We can't think of anyone who would look upon that as being a bad thing. This new version is not going to strip your protectant nor will it be the recommended choice for really bad, set in stains. For those situations Nick has it right with this comment:

    Quote Originally Posted by Tuck91 View Post
    Same here, I only use it for light dusting and light cleaning. I think Mike stated earlier in the thread the APC would still be a stronger cleaner, I would imagine it would depend on the dilution as well.
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    Re: Quik Interior Detailer

    So, the cleaning abilities of this new Quik Interior is better. Great! What about it's protection on the surface? Is it also better? I know you guys just IMPROVED the protection on your last minor update of this product.

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    Re: Quik Interior Detailer

    Quote Originally Posted by EPHIOS View Post
    So, the cleaning abilities of this new Quik Interior is better. Great! What about it's protection on the surface? Is it also better? I know you guys just IMPROVED the protection on your last minor update of this product.
    While UV protection is quite good, we still don't consider this to be a full dressing and you shouldn't really use it as a substitute for one. Think about this product much the way you would a quick detailer for your paint, except this is just for interior surfaces and it provides some cleaning ability.
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    Re: Quik Interior Detailer

    I think i read this all correct. QID is used for light cleaning, etc. Are you saying it removes the protection you have on the surface? QID has some apc in it and prob diminishes all protection you have on your dash?

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    Re: Quik Interior Detailer

    Quote Originally Posted by e-money View Post
    I think i read this all correct. QID is used for light cleaning, etc. Are you saying it removes the protection you have on the surface? QID has some apc in it and prob diminishes all protection you have on your dash?

    Rubbing anything over the surface is going to remove some of your dressing or interior protectant.

    Not sure why everyone is assuming Quik Interior Detailer is some sort of strong APC now. The cleaning power has just been tweaked a little. There still is that awesome new/matte finish it leaves behind, as well as that lovely scent.

    I am sure its going to be the same Quik Interior Detailer we already know and love.
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