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So I am new to the gto world and was wondering what you guys use to clean your leather and dashboards? Thanks in advance!!

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I use meguiars, it seems to do a good job.
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you must have a newer model year gto. older gtos were fitted with morrokide vinyl seat upholstery only. armor all works fine and also a good furniture polish seems to do well on the interior.
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Manual says warm water and soap on a cloth and if I use armor all don't I have to keep using it constantly?

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i agree with RedGoat-- Meguiars seems to keep my interior pristine. They make different types of wipes to clean the leather and protect it.
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Alright so I bought the stuff can I just use a regular towel to wipe down or get a special cloth or something?????

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I like Meguiars leather care. seems to add moisture. also for application, be careful with cotton. It can leave you with lint... I used microfiber towels. but idk how good it will work for this situation. Ive seen people use man made style sponges also. When i was younger, i worked at a detail shop and we used a product made by Valvoline Called Carbrite. loved all there products
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