talonmike, I'll probably use a pressure washer or at least a high pressure hose nozzle on a garden hose for the floor mats but I'm not looking to remove the seats or carpet. The seats are clean, it's the floors that have spills and years of grime brought in by shoes.
WoodyInsight, I've got some simple green and a garden hose, sounds good. I'll have to wait until I've got a few days to where I can leave the windows down to do that. It's not an older post
Glass cleaner on the dash, I'll try that, thanks.
TRI, I've never come across any neutralizer product like this, is it available in auto parts stores, where did you find it?
BrianZ54, I've used baking soda before for other stuff, I'll add a small amount to the simple green if they don't produce a crazy reaction. Hopefully the shine goes away with the glass cleaner because it's been months and still seems to be as shiny as day 1.
Thanks for the advice, and of course any further advice.
Another question, when you guys go into the gas station, what do you do with the gas cap? On every car that I've had there either was a hook to hang the cap on or a tether to hold it to the car. I have no place to put the cap and I put it on the roof and it blew away on me the last time I tried to fill up. I ran after it and got it but is there a trick or a missing tether or something?