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Hello Everyone,


I just picked up my indigo blue 2018 SXT on Saturday and am loving the car.



One of the things the surprised me was how sticky the dashboard was, how it felt like rubber more than plastic. Is there a way to keep the dashboard feeling that same tackiness and not letting normal wear and tear make it slick?


I've been seeing a lot of people use 303 on the interior, does anyone have experience with keeping the dash "like new"?


Thank you.
 

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Welcome to Challengertalk DTrayne88. Mine isn't really sticky, but it has a rubbery feel. 303 myself, and still the same, we'll see in 10-20 years ;)

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The only thing I can suggest is a sun shield. That's what I use when my car is parked. It is not garaged, but I don't want the dash to dry up or fade.

https://www.carid.com/2016-dodge-challenger-sun-shades/?filter=1&sub-model[ourSubModelName][]=SXT+Plus

For what it's worth, I bought the Heat Shield version.

Some States allow window tinting on the front windshield, but I live in a place where it isn't legal.
 
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