Brought a new car with leather protection, the brochure only says lifetime protection against
- cracking, splitting and discolouration caused by the harmful effects of ultra violet light
- permanent staining of the treated surface from water, coffee, soda, milk or other commonly consumed food and liquids
Thats all. Should I also expect (because of the leather protection)
- the leather to always be shiny?
- spilled liquid on the leather to remain as beads and run off the edges? (similar to water repellent coating)
- no need to moisturise/rejuvenate the leather forever?
- no cracking, splitting and discolouration can occur under normal butt movements?
Try to answer this based on the common understanding of "leather protection" that you can get from any car dealers.