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Why rub when you can dust? Same basic principle as the OP's brush idea, but I use a Swiffer 360 over most of the interior then just a few spot touch ups with a damp cloth as needed. And sometimes it's not even needed.
I'm surprised how quickly my interior glass will grime up from air pollution and only a cloth with a solution will do.


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sure the plastic on the gauges and the radio scratch easily but why on earth would you ever touch either of them in the first place????

even if you have to clean it due to dust, use a microfiber towel or something similar that you would to detail your car and you should never get a scratch on them. i just don't see why people would be touching these.


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Right. It's like touching a TV or monitor. No reason.

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sure the plastic on the gauges and the radio scratch easily but why on earth would you ever touch either of them in the first place????

even if you have to clean it due to dust, use a microfiber towel or something similar that you would to detail your car and you should never get a scratch on them. i just don't see why people would be touching these.
you missed the point. the microfiber cloths don't solve anything. they still cause scratches. i used the best cloth, still got scuffed. in 3 years will look like a POS.

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