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    My Interior is Filthy, not the dash so much as my e-Brake handle and steering wheel, what can I use to take the gunk off??

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    some good leather CLEANER not conditioner, meguiars makes some you can buy at AZ

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    anything made by meguiar's

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    Some leather cleaner should take care of it....a lot of brands will carry what is supposed to be an all-in-one leather cleaner/conditioner....in my opinion, don't buy the AIO products but instead buy a leather cleaner and a separate leather conditioner. So, clean up the gunk with a leather cleaner, and then follow up with the leather conditioner

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    i like black magic's 2 in 1 leather care. . . but i agree a seperate leather cleaner, such as meguiars, may be more effective in you case.

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    leatherique 2 part system.

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    I use tuff stuff you can get it at any auto parts store or walmart. It is a foam and it takes caked on dirt off real good. Then i come back with some armorall for protection.
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    Well, I purchased leather cleaner & a bottle of leather conditioner, tried it last night on the E brake as well as my steering wheel and........ VOILA! Dirt B Gone thanks guys for your imput!

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    Should have taken some before & after pics

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