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Good in-cabin fiberglass cleaner spray?

I use 409 to clean our kitchen, but on the boat much of the interior is fiberglass, that has wax on it. I would think 409 strips wax. Is there any cleaner that is safe on waxed surfaces to clean up dirt and spills w/o stripping the finish? Thanks
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Re: Good in-cabin fiberglass cleaner spray?

Um, unless you have recently waxed the inside of your boat I can't immagine why it would have wax on it. If it is waxed, then just water and a little rubbing should take off pretty much anything.
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Re: Good in-cabin fiberglass cleaner spray?

I did just for a little protection and shine. Its not much, but don't want to dull it with a cleaner.
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