Maintaining and protecting plastic components

Unpainted plastic components should not be neglected when maintaining the car, otherwise they will prematurely fade and may even become brittle. And in the modern car there are plenty of them: Inside are the door panels and seat linings, the dashboard and the middle console. Outside bumpers, trim strips and engine covers all require regular attention during cleaning and maintenance.

 An economical and rich in content all rounder like the new SONAX Plastic care Interior & Exterior makes the cleaning and maintenance of unpainted plastic components very simple. The solvent free product is especially gentle on surfaces and cleans and cares for all plastic components in the interior, producing an impressive care effect with intensive freshening up of colours. Exterior plastic is also lastingly rejuvenated and protected – with a rich shine and intensive freshening up of colours. Fine scratches and dull spots are also covered over.

Tip: The product can also be used in the engine compartment for maintaining and protecting the plastic and rubber components. It is helpful to apply the Plastic care with a lint free microfibre cloth, which can be found in the SONAX range of accessories. This will ensure perfect care results.

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It’s a part of it: With the right accessories car care is simply better: Use the SONAX Microfibre cloth exterior for optimum paintwork care, the SONAX Microfibre sponge for a gentle carwash or the SONAX Care pad for plastics for interior care. For every field of application SONAX will help with the suitable quality accessories – to make car care more fun.

“Some winter windscreen cleaning products are being advertised as giving freeze protection at minus 60°C, are these products to be recommended?” enquires Michael M. from Cologne.

“Some winter windscreen cleaning products are being advertised as giving freeze protection at minus 60°C, are these products to be recommended?” enquires Michael M. from Cologne.