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Old 09-04-2004, 02:03 AM
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Got a quick question. My girlfriend just got herself a Chrysler 300m with the leather package. It's her first leather car, and actually my first also. Anyway, What is best at cleaning the interior? and preserving it? Ive heard so many rumors, that I'm starting to get leary of any one of them. LOL

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Old 09-04-2004, 05:12 AM
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Care of Leather Seats

There is a product called "Leather Master". It comes out of Italy and is available in your finer furniture stores. We use it on our 02 Vette and recommend it to our customers. With Leather just make sure that if you spill something don't scrub it off, just be easy on cleaning it. I somehow got a bad urathane sealer stain on our new leather seat my wife had just bought and the product brought it right off. They show a web site info @ www.uniters.com but I've been picking up the kit at Haverty's furniture................
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Anyway, What is best at cleaning the interior? and preserving it?
First off...never smoke in it. If you don't the leather will smell new for quite a long time.
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