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The Sound Of Madness
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A friend told me you can use it on your dashboard, vinyl, and floor mats. I guess it gives it a nice shine and helps protect the vinyl and plastics better then Armorall. I have heard Armorall does more bad then good so I don't use it. I use Pledge on my atv and snowmobile plastic and it works very well. Anyone try it in there trucks?
 

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I actually use pledge on my Harley for quick in between wash wipedowns. Works great gives a nice shine.
 

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The Sound Of Madness
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I have heard of some people doing it to there vehicals as a quick shine also.
Anyone try it inside the truck?
 

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Black Gold
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ya works fine, smells good to, as for a "quick shine" on vehicles, i beg to differ, it takes alot of elbow grease to whip on/whip off, but its good for vehicles w/o clearcoat
 

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The Sound Of Madness
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I used it today, it looks nice and the truck smells great, hopefully theres no bad long term problems.
 

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I use baby oil... Wipe on and go back and give a quick wipe off... A friend has been using it on his 95 since the day he bought it new off the lot... Interior looks better than the day he bought it and thats all he uses
 

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I've used Armor all on ALL my trucks for 20 years... No issues what so ever.

My interior looks better then the day I drove it off the lot.
 

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This could become Interestin I use armor all and it works good but Im open to opinions with Alittle proof

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