Maintaining and cleaning leather seats can be a hassle if you are not prepared for the task. There are many cleaning products and techniques, but you don’t want to risk damaging your expensive leather. There are four main leather types that are commonly used in car seats: Aniline, Semi-Aniline, Full-Grain, and Corrected Grain Leather. Knowing which leather your car seats are made from is a crucial step in how to clean and maintain it. You’ll find that your driver seat looks the worst, because it’s most frequently used. Every time the driver gets into their car, they scratch the backrest and sometimes the armrests. This, over time, can produce cracks if you don’t clean and maintain your seats. First we will clean the seat removing body oils, sweat, stains and spills. Then we will apply a leather balm to protect and lock in the clean crisp finish.
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