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Leather seats care

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by David_Moon, May 7, 2004.

  1. David_Moon
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    [May 7, 2004]
    Picking the S3 up a week on Monday (17th) and although my mileage will only be around the average 12,000 for the year, I am thinking about care for the full leather seats. Would I just wipe them with a damp cloth or should I buy a decent kit? Any suggestions?
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    Autoglym have a product for leather care and I found it worked well, and easy enough to apply. It doesn't leave a glossy finish /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cool.gif just keeps leather from cracking.
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    I use baby wipes on my leather......works a treat

    Have to treat it like skin as it is!
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    I have Swissol leather milk, not greasy and seems to do the job. Although I only have 1K on her!!

    Autoglym is only second rate kinda stuff IMO.
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    I have been treating the seats in my S3 for 4 years and the wife's GTI 16v for 7 years with Autoglym, to be honest they still look fantastic.
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