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    Re: Review - Wurth Cockpit Care

    Quote Originally Posted by Accumulator View Post
    The carnauba I have mixed feelings (not hating on it, my fave shoe polishes have it) about primarily with regard to that "how it behaves when it dies" and/or the possibility of the "white stains"
    "how it behaves when it dies" - This is an intriguing thought I haven`t read/heard about. What do you mean? Even if for paint applications, just curious what you`ve read or seen.

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    Re: Review - Wurth Cockpit Care

    Oneheadlite- Some products leave a yucky (technical term ) residue behind when they die off and need redone, others just "disappear cleanly". E.g., I`ve had Pinnacle`s Vinyl/Rubber stuff leave nasty white residue on GM interior vinyl (`99 `vette), though I liked it overall that was enough to kill my enthusiasm for it. The similar stuff from Griot`s was much better in that regard and Autoglym was too. That `vette was sorta an acid-test for such products, very finicky for some reason but I`ve never heard anybody else gripe about that.
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    Re: Review - Wurth Cockpit Care

    used to rub JoJoba into my baby boys skin when they were newborns... always soaked in immediately with no oily residue nor staining left on clothes. Love the idea of it nourishing plastics! - God bless the Germans
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    Re: Review - Wurth Cockpit Care

    Nice review, thanks. Never really looked at any Wurth products
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    Re: Review - Wurth Cockpit Care

    Week 2 update

    Still on the dash. Seems to have lightly faded.





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    Re: Review - Wurth Cockpit Care

    Still hanging around at week 3. No weird staining left behind as the product gradually fades away. I suspect 1 more week before I can`t tell it`s on the surface.



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    Re: Review - Wurth Cockpit Care

    The Guz- Ah, sounds like it does indeed "die cleanly". Is 3-4 weeks short/long for such products? I`m so out of touch on this...

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    Re: Review - Wurth Cockpit Care

    Quote Originally Posted by Accumulator View Post
    The Guz- Ah, sounds like it does indeed "die cleanly". Is 3-4 weeks short/long for such products? I`m so out of touch on this...
    About the norm. 303 and a few others lasts about the same amount of time. But at least we know that it fades away with no residue behind.
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    The Guz- Ah, OK...thanks for schooling me on something that I bet everybody else already knows!

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    Re: Review - Wurth Cockpit Care

    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    About the norm. 303 and a few others lasts about the same amount of time. But at least we know that it fades away with no residue behind.
    I have a tough time using anything but 303 on my interior. I love the matt finish, it doesn`t attract dust and it lasts a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dschribs View Post
    I have a tough time using anything but 303 on my interior. I love the matt finish, it doesn`t attract dust and it lasts a long time.

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    I stopped using 303 on my f body and on my grand prix. It leaves the plastics with too much of a sheen which reflect off the glass. I ended up using GTechniq C6 Matte Dash on my Camaro and prefer that.
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    Re: Review - Wurth Cockpit Care

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    I stopped using 303 on my f body and on my grand prix. It leaves the plastics with too much of a sheen which reflect off the glass. I ended up using GTechniq C6 Matte Dash on my Camaro and prefer that.
    Thanks. I may try that stuff.

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    Re: Review - Wurth Cockpit Care

    Week 4 update.

    Still hanging around. I am going to say that 4-6 weeks would be the time for reapplication. It is fading without altering the appearance or leaving any residue behind.

    Was overcast when I took these but it helped a little capturing it.





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