It depends how shiny it really is. I went overboard with some Meguiars interior spray and about all I could see was the glare coming off the dash when driving in direct sunlight.Maybe it is just me, but the shine isn't distracting when I drive. Also wear sunglasses when I drive
Gotcha. I just did my interior this past weekend so everything got a good wipe down, oiled the leather, vacuumed the mats, carpets and cupholders (that white fuzzy cottonwood gets everywhere) and finished with some clean windows and dash protectantIt depends how shiny it really is. I went overboard with some Meguiars interior spray and about all I could see was the glare coming off the dash when driving in direct sunlight.
This is what I use. A very low sheen product, just makes the dash look shiny enough to look clean but not like you need to wipe the grease off.About three years ago I went over to the detailing sites and ask the experts to recommend a new interior protectant. I have been using 303 up until then and I liked it ,however after using it for a while I started to get a real strong shine off the dashboard even when buffed off, the reflectivity was bad. A bit greasy too. I want to something that would make it look new, a matte/satin finish, but not shiny. And would last a couple months. After several posts from detailers that I respected, the winner was:
Poorboys NATURAL LOOK
To this day I don't use anything else.