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    Default How to remove unwanted silicone shines on auto dashboard.

    Re: How to remove unwanted silicone shines on auto dashboard.

    Picture 1 show product used.

    Picture 2 shows unwanted shine on dashboard, console, door panel and finger smear on leather.

    Picture 3 shows after removal with Ink Remover-7.7, follows with sticky residue removal by Cleaner-3.8 then Rinse-3.0.

    The interior finishes returns to original, thereafter reapplication with leather Scent-B.

    Share your experience with silicone protector removal.



    Roger Koh
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    Leather Doctor® System
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    Last edited by Roger Koh; 08-27-2011 at 09:46 AM.

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    Default remove unwanted dashboard shine

    This interests me greatly; however, the first photo does NOT identify the product nor does the text. I'd really like to know what this is as I have a Todta Avalon that I purchased uses, that the original owner coated with a silicone product. The results are terrible. A sunny day really creates a glare problem.

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    The product used to remove the unwanted silicone above is Ink Remover-7.7 also known as Prep-7.7 as can be found in this Kit-SA.c shown here...

    Email me for the prices...

    Roger Koh
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    Leather Doctor® Semi-Aniline Leather Care Kit-SA.c (S250.p)

    Contents:
    Prep-7.7 - 60ml
    Cleaner-3.8 - 250ml
    Rinse-3.0 - 250ml
    Leather Scent-B - 120ml
    Hydrator-3.3 - 250ml
    Fatliquor-5.0 - 250ml
    Leather (horsehair) Brush-1 - 1pc
    3” Poly-Brush® - 1pc
    Washable Rags - 5pcs

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    The main product is using the Prep-7.7 to strip the unwanted silicone.

    Cleaning off the sticky residue you need the Cleaner-3.8 follows with Rinse-3.0.

    The final rub-resistant, non-stick protection you may want to use odorless Draggy Feel-79 as this gives you the max matte available -reducing glares.



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