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Old 09-07-2010, 12:21 AM
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best product to rejuvenate an old dash

I just installed a replacement dash in my 190D that has for the most part crack free. There is one small crack between a speaker cover and the defrost vent. What can I use to help prevent any future cracking?

I can find what not to use, anything with petroleum distilates. What is the best product to use, even if it is unorthadox. Can the flexibility be restored?

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Old 09-07-2010, 12:26 AM
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I just installed a replacement dash in my 190D that has for the most part crack free. There is one small crack between a speaker cover and the defrost vent. What can I use to help prevent any future cracking?

I can find what not to use, anything with petroleum distilates. What is the best product to use, even if it is unorthadox. Can the flexibility be restored?
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I use 3M silicone spray religiously. Keeps all your rubber, plastic, and vinyl parts looking good and prevents them from drying out, and revitalizes old parts very well.

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