Automotive interiors are made with high quality products. Improper care will shorten the life of your upholstery.
Sunlight, dirts and oils break down most upholstery. A mild soap and water used regularly will sufficiently clean vinyl and plastics. Vinyl dressings are not needed and some may cause damage.
Leather should be cleaned on a regular basis using a ph balanced soap. Rinse and follow with a conditioner.
NEVER USE: saddle soap, abrasive cleaners, bleach, ammonia, shoe polish or dyes as these will damage upholstery.
Leather in your car can take a lot of wear and tear. Eventually most cars will begin to show their age. The raw leather may begin to show through I or cracking may appear in the finish. When caught early this can be repaired.
Most damage to vinyl, leather and plastic can be repaired and/or redyed.
For further information please call:
Ian and Marilyn Graystone
1480 Boundary Road, Burnaby, B.C. V5K 4V3