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    Ive got the dark blue interior in my A3 which looks as though (for some reason) its been polished by the dealer i bought it from. Its left some white powder type stuff in the cracks etc. Is there any specific products out there that can be used for blue interiors or shall i just the use the bog standard dashboard wipes.

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    you're best off picking up an All Purpose Cleaner (APC) and diluting it down yourself. Spraying on to a microfibre cloth before wiping over any soiling, dirt etc

    RE the powder in the cracks, pick up a long bristled brush or two.. don't forget cocktail sticks (they can be very handy)

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    Meguiar's All Purpose Cleaner | Great Value Multi-Purpose Cleaner Concentrate

    Wolf's Chemicals Interior APC (The Insider) | Low Cost Multi-Purpose Cleaner Concentrate

    Meguiar's Slide Lock Detail Brush | Multi-Purpose Detailing Brush

    Meguiar's Triple Duty Detailing Brush | Multi-Purpose Detailing Brush
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    Quote Originally Posted by MurdochA3 View Post
    Ive got the dark blue interior in my A3 which looks as though (for some reason) its been polished by the dealer i bought it from. Its left some white powder type stuff in the cracks etc. Is there any specific products out there that can be used for blue interiors or shall i just the use the bog standard dashboard wipes.

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    put what you can in a bag and sell it lmfao only joking mate as jim said some apc will do the trick but make sure you dilute it otherwise you could stain/bleach the dash if its too strong
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    Excellent answer from Jim!

    Only small problem is the Meguiar's Slide Lock Brush is out of production. The Swissvax Detail Brush is a good alternative though: Swissvax Detail Brush | Swissvax Car Care & Detailing Products

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    Thanks for the replies much appreciated.

 

 

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