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Leather Interior Conditioner on plastic?


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Was wondering after I scrub the door panels/ dash/ and other plastic areas in the truck with the interior brush and leather and interior cleaner, Does the leather conditioner add protection/ darkness? Any help would be great! thanks guys. 

 

Truck is an 06 Ram by the way

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Leather Conditioner for ALL of your hard surfaces and leather is a very popular and effective practice.

 

Conditioner will lay down SPF65. I usually do a deep clean every 3 months where I use L&I Cleaner, and then Leather Conditioner over everything. 

In between those deep cleans I'll use Total Interior Detailer to top off the flat surfaces. I try to avoid using it on the steering wheel. Dont like the way it feels after a few days. 

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Yep, as John stated, you can use Adam's Leather Conditioner on several types of interior surfaces, such as leather, vinyl, and plastic. I do not use it on any painted plastic trim, i.e. piano black or gloss painted pieces, nav screens, gauge cluster screens, or wood trim. It will protect interior plastics, darken them, and add a bit of shine that you can then reduce by buffing it off with an applicator or microfiber towel.

 

Here's our newest Volume 10 Video on interior protection:

 

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