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Old 26-05-2017, 02:24 PM   #1
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Keep Faux Leather Seats in Good Condition

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Just bought SWMBO a new small Kia Picanto . Delivery expected mid June. I am just trying to find out in readiness about keeping the faux leather seats in good nick. I have looked around the web and not come to any good conclusions. Any suggestions on what I should buy?
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Old 26-05-2017, 02:41 PM   #2
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Keeping them clean with a damp MF and a slight touch of APC, then a dressing to keep the UV off, I'd think of something like Carpro PERL suitably diluted.
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Old 26-05-2017, 03:32 PM   #3
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Aerospace 303 Protectant would also work well http://amzn.to/2r5idBA
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My 2010 A6 had this type of seat and the Zaino Leather Cleaner always brought them up nice and when dry left a "like new" factory finish.
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Hi all
Just bought SWMBO a new small Kia Picanto . Delivery expected mid June. I am just trying to find out in readiness about keeping the faux leather seats in good nick. I have looked around the web and not come to any good conclusions. Any suggestions on what I should buy?
Hi. We have a Leather Care Kit which is great for cleaning car leather. It comes with 500ml each of Leather Ultra Clean and Leather Protection Cream.

The Ultra Clean is a general cleaner which will remove any dirt and grime from the leather, vinyl and plastic surfaces. It’s a mild cleaner so is safe to use even on all leather and vinyl. You may find that you also benefit from using the Tampico Brush, as this will help to remove the dirt/grime which is trapped within the grain.
The Leather Protection Cream is used after cleaning to add an additional protective layer to the leather to help protect against spillages and make the leather easier to clean in future. It even contains UV inhibitors so is ideal for car interiors.

We’re quite proud of the fact that the Leather Ultra Clean was voted the best leather cleaner in Classics Monthly Magazine’s test of 14 leather cleaners. It was, in fact, the first product ever to be scored 20/20 in one of the magazine’s product reviews; which just goes to show it really is as good as we say it is!

Leather Care Kit: http://www.furnitureclinic.co.uk/Leather_Care_Kit.htm
Tampico Brush: http://www.furnitureclinic.co.uk/Tampico_Brush.php
Sponge & Cloth Bundle: http://www.furnitureclinic.co.uk/Sponges_Cloths.php
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Old 26-05-2017, 04:00 PM   #7
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Dodo juice supernatural leather kit is good for vinyl and so is the sealant.

Best products going for leather/vinyl seats at the minute IMO
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