Don't know about Meguiars but I use Mr Muscle Orange kitchen cleaner - works great on dust/autumn grime and smells lovely! I like my plastics to have a satiny shine which this does, guess you could buff it more for a polished look.
Anyway, I got fed up of forking out ??s for an array of products, figured there must be household stuff that would work just as well
first of all use a new paint brush with a hoover to remove all dust from nooks and crannies and vents, then use you still damp chamois leather (well rung out I will add) to wipe over all plastics dust will stick to it and not spread. I then use armor all low gloss protectant, as IMO anything shiny reminds me of a worn out taxi. The other option is some anti dust mr sheen leaves a nice low gloss finish
i use autoglym fast glass - used it by accident when cleaning inside of windscreen and got it over dash and it cleans well and doesn;t leave it looking shiny - bottle even says you can use it on plastics etc. so no worries
You could try wiping with a damp leather then applying Megs #44,if applied sparingley with a foam applicator pad.Wipe on,leave,then buff with clean cloth to reveal a natural even finish to interior plastics. You even get a nice leatherey smell.
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