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      06-27-2020, 03:03 PM   #1
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BMW e85 Z4 Interior treatments

I have a 2006 BMW E85 Z4M. Iím trying to detail The dash and door trim. However, it has an unusual texture and Iím not sure what the dash covering is made of? Normal treatments donít seem to have much of a positive effect. Does anyone have any insights as to the best way to detail these areas? Thank you.

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I use Poorboy's World Natural Look interior dressing and apply it with 5" circular microfiber pads. It will not leave an excessive shine and I've been using it on interior trims for over a decade with no issues.
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Thanks. Iíll look into this.
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I use Poorboy's World Natural Look interior dressing and apply it with 5" circular microfiber pads. It will not leave an excessive shine and I've been using it on interior trims for over a decade with no issues.
A huge thank you for this. I just used this on the Textured interior bits and it came out great. It leaves a very nice satin finish.

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I use Poorboy's World Natural Look interior dressing and apply it with 5" circular microfiber pads. It will not leave an excessive shine and I've been using it on interior trims for over a decade with no issues.
A huge thank you for this. I just used this on the Textured interior bits and it came out great. It leaves a very nice satin finish.

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You're more than welcome, happy to help.
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