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I've only had my car four weeks and the black plastic parts inside the car are showing whitish/grey marks already. Mostly inside the driver door, maybe my shoes rub against it when it get in/out of the car. I have leatherette seats, and noticed some marks on those too.

What is the best way to keep the inside in pristine condition?

I don't even drive the car that much, so a little puzzled...maybe it because the inside is black. On my other car everything was grey, so it probably didn't show up as much.
 

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I can thoroughly recommend the armoural interiorl trim and plastic cleaner comes in Matt or gloss. I usually use the gloss as it gives the plastic a lovely sheen but if you want to keep it Matt the Matt's th e one to go for. Comma equivalent gets autoworkers best buy too. For the Featherstone am sure that would do. I've also used those handwipes for removing oil. Really work well. Cheap too.
 

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you're going to laugh but hair conditioner - TINY blob on kitchen roll gets rid of those scuff marks on the hard plastic trim.
Brilliant, ill bet half the stuff we pay a fortune for for car cleaning has its basis in other products. Or maybe not. ?
Brilliant, yes, but I advise caution and testing on an inconspicuous spot first. Especially with a new interior design, we want to make sure that our Goop Of Choice won't do something amusing like dissolve the plastic.
 
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