- 1). Dampen a lint-free cloth with cool water. Wipe the vinyl dashboard with the cloth to remove surface dust and dirt.
- 2). Remove ink from your vinyl dashboard by gently rubbing the marks with a cloth saturated in rubbing alcohol.
- 3). Rub scuff marks off your dashboard with a damp magic cleaning eraser.
- 4). Spray an automotive dashboard cleaner on a clean, lint-free cloth. Wipe the vinyl dashboard with the cloth. Start at one end of the dashboard and work your way toward the other end. Alternatively, use automotive cleaning wipes to clean the dashboard. Scrub any stuck-on debris with the cloth.
- 5). Spray glass cleaner onto a clean, lint-free cloth. Clean the coverings on the odometer and other indicators. Apply baby oil to a paper towel. Rub the indicators' coverings with the saturated paper towel to cover scratches.
- 6). Apply a dashboard protectant to a clean, lint-free cloth. Rub the protectant into the dashboard to add a coating that will help prevent scratches, marks and excess heat damage.
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