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Super cleaning interior, 94 G.T. Convert.

I bought a run down 94 G.T. convert. last week, I am taking care of things that has not been done in a long time. First the interior looks like a family of apes on crack lived in it. What is the best product to use to clean the dash, door panels? I know a lot of folks don't care for son of a gun. Also can anything be done about the grill at the bottom of the windshield? Any ideas will help. Regards, Jim

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I like to use an automotive interior cleaner that doesn't leave a greasy residue behind like Armor All does. I've gotten good results out of Meguiar's products. If there is a build-up of grime, try scraping the bulk of it up first, then soak the remaining stuff in cleaner before scrubbing. Toothpicks and toothbrushes can be very useful.

As for the cowl, you could try one of those "back-to-black" products. They don't really make it look like new, but they do make a difference, if only for a few months. The cowl can get pretty brittle after a couple of decades, so be careful if you try to pull it off for painting.


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I use Meguiars APC cut 10 to 1 for interior cleaning.
Here is a good thread for the black plastic restoration
How to restore exterior black plastic trim - Auto Geek Online Auto Detailing Forum

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