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Old 05-29-2005, 10:17 PM   #1
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Wood trim... real or simulated?

is the wood trim on E46 (premium package) real wood or simulated wood? plastic?

what can i use to clean it?
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its plastic i believe?
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it is plastic, use something that doesn't streak or have oil in it like a microfiber towel with elbow grease
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its real wood..with a thick clearcoat for protection i believe.. just wipe it down with a MF towel ..
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Klasse All-In-One will make the wood trim look brand new.
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its real wood..with a thick clearcoat for protection i believe.. just wipe it down with a MF towel ..
why did i take mine off and it had cracks in the plastic wood?
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Windex window cleaner states its good for plastic as well...

armor all protectant wipes states its good for vinyl and plastics...

so can i use these and not have any problems?

or do i need something like pledge?
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