ldimo said:I have the 2013 black ext/int enclave. I've been experimenting a little on cleaning the dash and here's what I like best,
I use the regular Amorall on the hard plastic and Armorall for leather on the "leather" accents including the large section on the passenger side. To the point about glare, we traveled 12 hours to niagara falls and back for vacation (not a cloud in the sky all three days...yeah!) and I did not notice any issues with glare. I really like the black/black color combo in the 13 Enclave so having a shiny dash suits me just fine. When you clean the 'leather-ish' sections with the leather Amorall cleaner it gives it a flat finish which makes a nice contrast with the shiny sections (I think).
I've tried other cleaners including different types of Amorall (there are many these days...including the wipes) and found that they would leave streaks and splotches.
My two cents,
I have to put my "two cents" in here. I just received this product a few weeks ago for interior detailing and I think it's fantastic. Truly brings back the new car look with the proper amount of "sheen" on different materials. I use it on vinyl, plastic, leather, etc... Very low sheen if any. i can't stand that shiny greasy look and feel a lot of products leave. Watch the video in the link to see how this product is used. I am very happy with several Adam's products. In fact, someone on this forum turned me onto these products years ago. They have a high quality product for everything imaginable for detailing. I opted for the gallon jug of this product. Use it in all 3 vehicles.