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re: Wood Treatment
>Date: Wed, 10 Mar 1999 15:15:03 -0800
>From: David Lola <email@example.com>
>Subject: Wood Treatment
>Any good suggestions on what to use for maintaining the wood in our
>Audi's? Will Pledge
>some type of wood oil suffice?
>'99 2.8 A4Q
If this is similar to the glassy-smooth "wood" trim as we have in older
Audis, you really don't _have_ wood to maintain. You have to deal with the
thick, plastic resin finish, which covers (obscures, IMHO) a beautiful
wood-grain surface below it :(.
Mainly avoid scratching, or cracking the finish--dust gently with a
(slightly damp, if possible) cloth, and, if needed, clean with a mild
cleaner--probably the manual gives suggestions. But there's no need (or
benefit) for traditional wood maintenance such as rubbing in tung or
linseed oil, etc.
Phil Rose Rochester, NY
'91 200q mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org