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BMW E30 3-Series Glove Compartment Cleaning Tip
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Last Updated: 09/04/2016
Parts Group: Glove compartment
This article discusses the glove compartment (a.k.a. glove box), for the BMW E30 3-Series with the main focus being on a cleaning tip.
I was trying to get some some spots cleared off the pretty surface area, the portion that cosmetically matters. It had light gray spots that would not wash out. I tried and tried, with Simple Green, to no effect. Then, a friend suggested that I use starting fluid to get the spots out. To my surprise, that worked: starting fluid following by Simple Green followed by Armor All Cleaning Wipes (not the make-it-shiny-stuff, the make-it-really-clean stuff).