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      02-12-2006, 01:55 PM   #1
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Can I use Armor All on Leatherette?

I like the shiny look ArmorAll provides but not sure if its going to damage the leatherette...what do you experts think?
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i wouldn't put any armor all product anywhere within seeing distance of my car. MAYBE put some on my tires, but only if i couldn't find any other product out there.
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ArmorAll's products are laden with grease, I'd stay away with it. You want a matte look for your seats anyway, not that shiny, oily look.
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I agree, ArmorAll sucks. I use to use it in the past and it made the dash look good but over time it caused too much damage to enclude all the yellowing on the tires. I would never use it on my E90...nor any other car unless I was going for a quick fix and selling it.
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Thanks for the advise So what type of product would I use for door pannels and leatherette? I am looking for an all in one type of product...
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lexol or a zaino product.
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Get Aerospace 303, you can put it on anything except for wood and metal in the interior, great protection!
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I would just use a wet microfiber towel and a dry one. Keeps everything look nice and factory. Also, clean your windows with a wet and dry micro towel. the less cleaning agents you use the better. Although, you need to use zaino all the way for paint protection.
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      02-12-2006, 05:41 PM   #9
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Vinylex works well (Lexol for vinyl), also would recommend Meguiars Rubber and Vinyl Protector or their Interior Quick Detailer. 303 is also excellent.
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