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Tell us what you do, how you like it, and what you use.
I love a shiny interior, I have no issues with a greasy feel or glare. I love the way an interior looks when it's really shiny. I've been using the classic armor all so far on my dash and plastics because it's an oil based detailer. Lately it's been leaving me wanting more, I've been having difficulty with getting matte type plastics to absorb it and stay shiny, the struggle is real. Any recommendations? Any oil based detailers I should try? I've heard bad things about the lucas slick mist line.
I regularly shine my tires with black magic tire wet and it sticks nicely and lasts a week staying strong with daily driving. There's probably a better product but it's not leaving me wanting more. I also do the engine bay with a used rag soaked in some armor all to wipe things down only, just the surfaces of stuff. Works nicely.
Protip: Detail at night when the interior is cool, the dash, vinyl, rubber and leather absorb it much better and leaves a nice protective layer.
Just weird Subaru quirks? Or something gone wrong?
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I test drove a 2008 Subaru Forrester 2.5XT Manual earlier today. This will be my first car note for $11,500. The interior is flawless. Has a big ass power sunroof. I love it. Only external flaw are some curbed rims which kind of sucks since I really like the stock wheels.
But anyway, this is my first time ever driving a Subaru. When it idles at a stop light, it's not smooth. Everything has a very slight vibration to it. Is this just how a boxer engine idles? Or is this something I need to take more seriously before going back to it. Also, there is a slight "wirring" when taking very sharp turns. Like turning around in a tight spot.
Thanks in advance for info,