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Sticky stuff on dash, what to use?!

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Cossie_boy, Aug 9, 2008.

  1. Cossie_boy
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    [Aug 9, 2008]
    Hi all,

    I have a mark on my dash, 02 A3 1.8T Quattro, someone cleaned it with plastic and glue remover for me, the sticky bit has gone prettu much but it now looks more white as its dried out, is there anything good for getting the colour back to normal?

    Can post a pic if that helps?!

    Thanks

    Dave
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    justandy Not an S3 owner!

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    [Aug 10, 2008]
    Dave

    you could try pooboys natural look dressing, it has a mild cleaning action, doesn't look shiny and smells good too!

    Andy
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    Caesium My BM is fixed!

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    Jizz?
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    Urgh, I hope not!

    I think it was something like a stick on air freshener or something annoying :motz:
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    i think a stick on air freshener is worse!
    Who sticks things to their dash ffs?!
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    Who the hell is this guy? The dashboard Police?? You just carry on jizzing mate. Don't listen to him.
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    WX51TXR Polished Bliss

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    [Aug 11, 2008]
    I second the Poorboys vote; good product that can restore plastics and vinyls quite nicely. That said, a piccie of the problem would help. :yes:
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