I just bought a Tesla Model 3, and it's full of artificial leather (seats, dash, doors, center console...)
When browsing car detailing/maintenance stores, I find 2 separate "classes" of cleaners and shampoos:
- Plastic, rubber, vinyl
Should I be using products intended for leather, or products intended for plastic/rubber/vinyl?
There are no products I can find that mentions artificial leather.
The manual doesn't help much, except I now know the artificial leather on the seats is called "Polyurethane":
Dashboard and Plastic Surfaces
Do not polish the upper surfaces of the dashboard. Polished surfaces are reflective and could interfere with your driving view.
Wipe spills as soon as possible using a soft cloth moistened with warm water and nondetergent soap. Wipe gently in a circular motion. After cleaning, allow the seats to air dry.
Tesla Model 3 Owner's Manual, page 163