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Old 06-11-2014, 09:23 PM   #1
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Hi everyone!! I am the proud owner of a tuxedo black 2014 Supercrew xlt and I was wondering what everyone uses to clean and protect the interior of their trucks... Including the dashboard,panels,radio and door jams.Also what kind of soap and wax do you usefor the exterior..
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Hi everyone!! I am the proud owner of a tuxedo black 2014 Supercrew xlt and I was wondering what everyone uses to clean and protect the interior of their trucks... Including the dashboard,panels,radio and door jams.Also what kind of soap and wax do you usefor the exterior.. Thanks!!!
Welcome and congrats! Lots of opinions here and somewhere in them is the truth.

My $.02 as a fellow hobbyist:

- 303 Aerospace Protectant...love it. It's like SPF 40 for your truck. All interior plastic gets it. Best part is that I can hit dust with a hand Swiffer and I'm good again. Can also use it on bed rails and fender trim. Can not say enough about the stuff.

- Wax: Collinite 845....cult following for good reason. Check Autogeek for a 101 on the stuff...lasts many months and tough enough for the worst winter.

- Soap: Over the counter and price point I think you'll be hard pressed to beat Maguiars Gold Class. My go to if I'm low on the Gucci stuff
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