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Clean leather seats with a good leather cleaner and follow up with a good leather conditioner. I personally like the leather honey series of products, but that's just my opinion and a little off-topic. More on topic is how often this should be done. A good rule of thumb is every three months, but your exact needs may vary based on many factors regarding ...


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The post is not so much direct techniques as those will vary by type of roof and upholstery, age, and condition. Automobile upholstery falls under two basic types that being either true leather or a vinyl pseudo-leather. The pseudo-leathers (vegan leathers) are synthetic “breathable” leather substitutes, basically are plastic coatings, usually ...


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Determine if the "Leather" is leather or vinyl. Then buy appropriate leather or vinyl cleaners, kits, solutions, etc. What does the process look like for cleaning leather? Depends on the product, but generally 2 or 3 steps: First you use a light cleaner. Then you use a conditioner (and then sealer). Some products require additional cleanings in between ...


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Artificial "leather" is a plastic-like material. I'd use a cleaner for plastic/rubber/vinyl and not an actual leather product. You might check the Owner's Manual and see if they recommend a specific type of product or an actual product recommendation.


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To start with, the most frequent cause for cars bursting into flames is not burning newspapers being left on the seats. In reality, the source of fire in most cases comes from inside the engine in an accident, a fuel leakage, a badly sealed engine gasket, etc. Hot gasoline in open exposure to oxygen can explode, starting a blaze. Edit: As @SolarMike ...


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Well, this answer will be primarily opinion based, but I would say "general wear and tear" is whatever your butt can do to them. Which is basically anything mentioned except stains. Stains on leather seats is pretty darn rare unless they are not coated or you somehow managed to spill something extremely nasty, so usefulness of this "lifetime protection" is ...


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The two things you mentioned will help keep your leather looking good for a long time. I had leather seats and never did any maintenance and they began to dry and crack after several years. So the leather moisturizer is a very good idea.You can get several flavors of this from auto parts places. I have no data on which ones are better. Without this you will ...


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