Boomguy

Dash maintenance

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    I have removed my original windshield from my 1970 z so as to put in a less scratched and pitted one for an upcoming event. While I have my windshield out I wondered if there was any preventative maintenance I could do on the dash to prevent cracking, it is original and uncracked at this time. 

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    Chris

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    I agree! One reason this dash has survived is that it has had a dash-topper on it for the last 25 years!

    Chris

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    I totally agree with grannyknot . In addition---

    Opinions will differ, but I wipe my dashes down with Mothers Protectant often.

    It keeps them clean, has a UV inhibitor and is not shiny or greasy and smells really good too!  :love:

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    8 hours ago, Zup said:

    Opinions will differ, but I wipe my dashes down with Mothers Protectant often.

    Some guys swear by Vasoline,  I tried it once and the dash looked amazing, not shiny but a warm healthy glow.  You rub in the the thinnest layer that that you can then with a clean cotton cloth try and remove as much as possible.  Just not sure about the chemistry.

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    Johnson & Johnson Baby Oil. Let sit for a day or two. Add more to the spots that aren't shiny. Wipe off. Coming up on 47 years.

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