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What do you use to clean Yaris dashboard and windows?

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I want to keep dashboard and interior plastic clean as it gets dusty. I don't want to use any greasy or shiny product. I have allergies and I don't want any strong chemical because it is clean just gets a bit dusty.

What shall I use?

Any interior window glass cleaner product?

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Something like Windolene (not the pink cream) or Mr Muscle window cleaner spray is as good as any for the windows -

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As regards the dashboard something like ArmorAll dashboard wipes in matt finish should be OK - smell doesn't seem particularly strong -

https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Automotive/Armorall-35030EN-Dashboard-Wipes-Matt-Set-30/B001QM3710

http://www.halfords.com/motoring/car-cleaning/interior-cleaning-vacuums/armor-all-car-dashboard-wipes-matt-finish-x-30

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I use a product called Flash Dash - works pretty well on an '03 Yaris. Your 2014 Yaris shouldn't have any reactions to products (certain older cars can be a bit more sensitive to cleaning products).

As for glass, Windolene is a good shout - quick and easy to use.

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Thanks for the replies.

I have got Armorall dash wipes matt finished. I got windoline as well.

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I use Maguires Cockpit Cleaner (it's like a foam) and that is slightly shiny until it dries, but that does a good job. It doesn't stay shiny, and brings back the deep black appearance (I can't remember if it says Matt on it).

I also use it sparingly on the top of the dashboard where the sun shines just to be sure (I clean the door panels and front side of the dash first, then just wipe down the top with the now slightly damp cloth).

It has a slight smell, but leaving the doors open for a few minutes deals with the worst of it, and it dissipates after a day or so. It's not objectionable.

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