How to clean your bespoke car leather interior
Cleaning your car leather interior is not a labour intensive job. It is very straight forward and when done regularly will keep your interior in great condition.
First of all you need to remove any surface dirt with a vacuum cleaner taking care not to scratch the leather with the hose. Also if parts of your leather seats are perforated, a vacuum is a good way of removing any dirt that may be stuck in the holes.
We at The Seat Surgeons highly recommend using Autoglym Leather Cleaner. This cleaner has a neutral pH formulation which will not remove the essential oils which keep the leather supple and prevent from cracking.
You will need a spray bottle. Fill the spray bottle with tap water. Spray your seats with a little water then spray the Autoglym Leather Cleaner on the watered areas. Then wipe with a cloth.
As simple as that.
We recommend cleaning your seats at least 3 or 4 times a year. You may want to do this more often if you have a light coloured leather interior or if you notice the dirt building up.