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Volkswagen Touran Owners Manual: Cleaning and caring for the dash panel, wooden trims and plastic parts

Volkswagen Touran Owners Manual / Cleaning and maintenance / Vehicle care and maintenance / Cleaning and caring for the interior / Cleaning and caring for the dash panel, wooden trims and plastic parts

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

  • Moisten a clean, lint-free cloth with water and clean the parts.
  • Treat plastic parts (inside and outside the vehicle) and the dash panel with a special solvent-free plastic cleaning and care product that has been approved by Volkswagen  .
  • Treat wooden trims with a mild soap solution.

WARNING

Solvents cause the surface of the airbags to become porous. In an accident which triggers the airbag, loose plastic parts can cause serious injury.
  • Never clean the dash panel or the airbag covers with cleansers containing solvents.
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