As above please?
As above please?
Autoglym do some stuff which I used when cleaning mine up (worked very well). There's a cream you put on first to remove the gunk & another which protects it.
Got myself some of this:
Haven't actually used it yet but will be next week. Still if it's good enough for he guys at Polished Bliss it's good enough for me!
2008 A3 1.8T FSI S-line Phantom Black, Bose, iPod Dock, Front Centre Armrest, Storage Pack, Aluminium Pedals, H&R Spacers, Eibach Pro's, Ambient Lighting, Pressed plates with Ingolstadt surrounds.
Facelift S3, Sprint Blue, Bucket seats, Sunroof, Sat Nav, Bose, Elect Mirrors, Light and Rain, Interior Light pack, Flat Tyre Warning, GSM Phone Prep, Led upgrade, Illuminated speaker grills.
Audi A3 2.0 TDI
Just make sure the stuff makes the leather look nice and dull not a shiney mess
How often should you treat the leather had my S3 new since March should I treat it now?
One of the best things i have ever used is soap bar which is made for horse saddles which protects them all weathers etc when left out side etc etc,i know sounds strange but if it keeps them supple in all weathers and conditions its bound to work on seats
I did my seats last week with some Meg's Gold Class leather cleaner and conditioner. To be honest, my car's done 12.5K and only the drivers seat has any signs of wear so i couldn't really tell i'd done anything. Although in a way thats probably a good thing as it left the seats matt finish as they should be. No odour at all either.
A3 2.0T FSI Quattro S-Line, 3 Door, Avus Silver (special ed.)
S-Line gear knob, stick and gator.
Full set of OEM wheel bolts (incl. locking nuts & caps)
19" BBS CK's Anthracite - SOLD