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Sorry, this is a very minor thing. Even right after cleaning the dash it looks dusty. We do not like using things like Armor All or the like. The low reflective dash is a really good thing, we just don't know how to clean it so it does not look dusty. Any suggestions? Thanks
 

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Sorry, this is a very minor thing. Even right after cleaning the dash it looks dusty. We do not like using things like Armor All or the like. The low reflective dash is a really good thing, we just don't know how to clean it so it does not look dusty. Any suggestions? Thanks
I'm also not a fan of Armor All and similar products, they seem to be dust magnets.
I've been using Chemical Guys Total Interior Cleaner & Protectant on my vans and Jeep Compass, it's not glossy and doesn't attract dust, and I can get it at my "local" Walmart.
 
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Banana oil comes to mind, followed closely by Fluid Film. :)

Here's what Ford says:
How To Keep Your Dashboard Dust-Free | Driver How-To | Ford

Clean Your Car With the Help of a Coffee Filter

Dodge Boys are saying it too.
Coffee Filters Can Wipe Clean Dashboard Dust

Any automotive Detailer will likely have products that they have used and found best to do the job. Ask them. They likely sell the product they recommend.

Hint: Avoid using normal facial tissues, especially the real soft kind, they create a lot of dust. Block that sneeze with something else. :)
 
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Dry Swiffer Duster sheets in the green box are pure magic for dust on your dash and other areas in your car. Just use them like a dust rag, and thank me later :) Most of the dust on our dash is specifically FROM pulling Kleenex out of the box, which creates a dust storm when you pull out a tissue.
 
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