Yes, stay away from that stuff. I have only had my car for a little over a month and I have been using a cheap window cleaner that comes in the foamy can. It works good and I like to have that flat finish on the interior.Billy94Z said:Subject says it all.
I am a Zainohaulic but I have not tried this on the leather and will give it a look. I have been pleased with Lexol on my other cars. DC says no conditioners, just a damp cloth or so. Miles had a post addressing this but I wonder about preserving this dead animal skin. Oh if only we could have the wonderful, thick buffalo hyde from the early 80s Euro BMW 745 turbo or the pigskin from the early 70s Citroen SM.kampsvilleboy said:I'm not a Zaino fanatic, (Maguiars NXT is fine for me), but I'll tell you -- for leather care, NOTHING beats Zaino's "Leather in a Bottle." It does not leave a shine on the seats and it really, really, really smells like fine leather. It is a bit more expensive, but well worth it.
LMAO, that is funny. I had a roommate that was like that, anytime we went anywhere my passenger side looked like he had pork chop gloves on. WTF?IndySilverC said:Seems like Swiffer duster is a must-have for interior dust control. Thanks for the tip!
But diluted white vinegar on the inner windows? Wouldn't that permanently kill the new-car smell?
For the int/ext chromed accents---do I need something specific for that as well? [Ever noticed that some people leave marks everywhere like they just finished handling a pork chop--- ]
Thanks for the info!