yep. Basically with armor all the only thing needed to remove the slicky slick is a moist towel. Wipe it off, most will come off and the shine will be mostly gone, and it will wear off from there shortly.well, yesterday I left the windows cracked quite a bit at lunch time and about 2PM I get a call from a co-worker telling me it's fixin to rain. I go outside and it's fixin to rain alright...AGAIN!. my seats were soaked. so, I got a roll of paper towels and wiped everything real good and now the grease from the armor all is mostly gone.
Here is a novel thought that no one has mentioned yet...So as you know I bought a brand new car and the dealer coated the whole interior with armor all. So it made the interior very sticky especially in the florida heat is there anyway to remove this with some type of cleaner.
Update...I will be attaching some dash kit accents to my interior soon. Stay tuned for details and pics!:devil: Am waiting for kit to arrive.:willy: In preparation I have used Armor All Orange Cleaning / degreasing wipes. I always use them for interior cleaning. I have gone over the areas where pieces will be placed and it looks like he Armor All protectant has been removed. Initially you could see the stuff on the wipe. Now there is nothing.
Personally, I like the look of the Armor All protectant on my plastic.