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What are other Ram Rebel owners using to protect and preserve the dash, seats, etc...i'm still trying to figure out if anything on the inside is actual leather.
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Also seems the bed cover is starting to lose that new truck shine most likely from the brutal texas sun....what products will help preserve it best....the religious war on armour all, has made it all but impossible to find truth on the best product.....
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I've been wondering this for a while. I have been using saline wipes keeping most things clean. I don't know if that's good for it or not. But that's what I use.
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I've been wondering this for a while. I have been using saline wipes keeping most things clean. I don't know if that's good for it or not. But that's what I use.
can't imagine that to be good in the long run..
Saline = Sodium Chloride = Salt

i have tons of snow around here, tons of salt to melt snow, and it wrecks havok onto my leather shoes.
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I've been wondering this for a while. I have been using saline wipes keeping most things clean. I don't know if that's good for it or not. But that's what I use.
can't imagine that to be good in the long run..
Saline = Sodium Chloride = Salt

i have tons of snow around here, tons of salt to melt snow, and it wrecks havok onto my leather shoes.
Well that means I'll probably stop using them lol. Now what to use???
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This is what I went with...I left a spot in the middle of the bed cover....
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Olive oil works well too.
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