I believe the seating surfaces (the portions in front of the seat where you actually sit) are the only real leather surfaces in our cars unless you have the leather steering wheel option. All other surfaces, even the back and lower sides of the seats is vinyl or fake leather.
I have the same Shaker leather interior as well - I use straight white vinegar to clean / wipe down the seats (and vinyl materials throughout the interior) and use Aero 303 protectant - works great on leather and vinyl.
It makes the dash / door vinyl (the heavy textured stuff) look a darker black and not greasy or glossy - plus it has UV protectant in the product as well. It lasts a long time so you can wipe down to keep dust off and doesn't remove the protectant.
It also works great on the exterior plastic (surrounds, front spoiler and rocker skirts) and on the weather stripping as well.
So I am wondering how do you guys and gals touch up your wheels?
for minor bake dust, like drive a few miles to a local meet and then back.
For a trip like that I would use quick detailer on the paint but how can I touch up the wheels in a similar manner?
Do you just use your favorite quick...
3 stage paint collection, 5 yr ceramic, wheels, interior and glassparency. Scat 6 months ago now this one.... I'm broke.
But man it looks good! Photog took some pictures for the owner of the shop so I got a few
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So I bought the matte prescription kit for my '17 T/A. I have a couple of questions for those who use the system.
The hood roof and trunk/spoiler are pretty isolated and I should have no problem applying the coating without getting it elsewhere. But what are people doing for the side stripes...
Has anyone tried the new scratch removing product called the nanomagic cloth? According to the manufacturer, it "contains super fine metallic powder (sodium ions) that buff out scratches without damaging the paint. It also removes oxides from the surface of the paint and keeps it looking newer...