Something like AutoGlyms vinyl and rubber care is always good. On the pieces that don't seem like it would apply evenly, just buff it off right after with a dry microfiber and you should be good
The only real protection in it is the inital gloss.I use 303 Protectant. Supposed to have UV protection.
+1 to Chemical Guys. I used InnerClean on my dash.The only real protection in it is the inital gloss.
Safest thing to do is use the Woolite solution and mist it on a microfiber towel and basically " dust" the dash upper surfaces. It is like a dust magnet. For the areas that are actually soiled , eg council, cupholders etc., spray a mist directly at the area then wipe down. Make sure its a soft microfiber towel as the gauge surfaces will marr easily .Thanks for these ideas guys. ! To me, the dashboard is covered in a material that I'm not familiar with. I think I'll just take a cautious approach.
Just remember the Swifers , as with the California dusters, if used on a hot surface can leave a residue that may be hard to remove and be a dust collector.Just gently wipe everything down now and then with a moist towel and you should be fine. That's what I generally do after a good dusting with those swiffer dusters.