guyslp Posted July 4, 2014 Report Share Posted July 4, 2014 Hello All, My question is not directly Cadillac related, as the need is arising with my 1996 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon, but it could certainly crop up on various Cadillac models too. The upper dashboard surface in this car is vast and after 19 years it's beginning to "disintegrate" for lack of a better word. The slightly glossy (and I do mean slightly) finish it had is gone and the surface is now turning to dust which is clearly of the material the dash is made of. It is not cracking at all, just getting "dull and dusty." I'm really not looking to achieve a "like new" result but the car has sentimental value and I'd like to arrest the decay and keep any more from happening if possible. Has anyone tried anything that they like which will halt the disintegration of this sort of plastic material and keep further damage from occurring (or at least slowing it down signifcantly)? I'm trying to avoid anything that would result in a very glossy finish once applied. The surface area of the dash in this car is vast and in the past (long past) when things like ArmorAll were applied you simply couldn't stand the resulting glare while driving. Any assistance is most appreciated. Brian Quote Brian Bri the Tech Guy http://firstname.lastname@example.org (540) 324-5032 "If it's got you screaming, I'll help you stop!!" Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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