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Old 09-06-2016, 05:08 PM
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I have a 2015 Macan S with black ventilated seats and full leather door and dash trim. This is my wife's car and she occasionally wears jeans with buttons or sequins on the back pockets which have scuffed the leather. The scuffs are not so bad that you can see the cow hide beneath the black surface, however, it is a bit unsightly. Can anyone recommend a leather cleaning and conditioning product that I can use to remove the scuffs and recondition the leather? Also, what do you use on plastic surfaces that you do not want that greasy look after applying?

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Great thread.

Without pictures of the scuffs, I am on speculating, but lets start with just a light cleaning. These seats should have a factory applied coat, so it may just mean that the top coat is just scuffed. You can try a damp microfiber and water as the first move to see if it helps. If not, 1Z makes a product called deep plastic cleaner. You can spritz a little on your microfiber towel and lightly buff that area.
You may have to get someone to repair that section.

For the remaining surfaces, 1Z Cockpit Premium is a great product for the interior surfaces.
You can also look into a product to protect it all. Ultima Interior Guard is a great product and can be used on the leather as well.

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Originally Posted by SC Detailer View Post
Great thread.

Without pictures of the scuffs, I am on speculating, but lets start with just a light cleaning. These seats should have a factory applied coat, so it may just mean that the top coat is just scuffed. You can try a damp microfiber and water as the first move to see if it helps. If not, 1Z makes a product called deep plastic cleaner. You can spritz a little on your microfiber towel and lightly buff that area.
You may have to get someone to repair that section.

For the remaining surfaces, 1Z Cockpit Premium is a great product for the interior surfaces.
You can also look into a product to protect it all. Ultima Interior Guard is a great product and can be used on the leather as well.

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I use 1Z cockpit for everything...great interior cleaner, leaves NO greasy chicken fat sheen. great stuff
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Originally Posted by jeffrec View Post
I have a 2015 Macan S with black ventilated seats and full leather door and dash trim. This is my wife's car and she occasionally wears jeans with buttons or sequins on the back pockets which have scuffed the leather. The scuffs are not so bad that you can see the cow hide beneath the black surface, however, it is a bit unsightly. Can anyone recommend a leather cleaning and conditioning product that I can use to remove the scuffs and recondition the leather? Also, what do you use on plastic surfaces that you do not want that greasy look after applying?

Thank you for your help in advance.
I have been detailing cars for more than ten years and I have tried every product in the market.
These are my personal choices for the interior:

Leather Cleaning:
Sonax Leather Foam
https://www.detailersdomain.com/coll...er-foam-400-ml

Leather Conditioner:
Leather Master Protection (use a foam or microfiber applicator with small amount if you have ventilated seats)
https://www.detailersdomain.com/coll...n-cream-250-ml

Dash Cleaner:
Sonax Dashboard Cleaner ( I like this one better than 1EZ Cockpit Premium because it leaves a matte finish)
https://www.detailersdomain.com/coll...-cleaner-500ml

General Interior cleaning
1Z einszett Cockpit Premium (you can use this even on PCM screen)
https://www.detailersdomain.com/coll...ockpit-premium

For tough plastic cleaning:
nextzett Plastic Deep Cleaner
https://www.detailersdomain.com/coll...c-deep-cleaner

Interior Microfiber towels (I use white towels for interior)
http://www.microfibertech.com/Microf...gsm-16x16.html

Brush for leather seats:
Uber Leather and Carpet Brush
https://www.detailersdomain.com/prod...d-carpet-brush

I hope this helps. Happy Detaling!
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Originally Posted by trucheli View Post
I have been detailing cars for more than ten years and I have tried every product in the market.
These are my personal choices for the interior:

Leather Cleaning:
Sonax Leather Foam
https://www.detailersdomain.com/coll...er-foam-400-ml

Leather Conditioner:
Leather Master Protection (use a foam or microfiber applicator with small amount if you have ventilated seats)
https://www.detailersdomain.com/coll...n-cream-250-ml

Dash Cleaner:
Sonax Dashboard Cleaner ( I like this one better than 1EZ Cockpit Premium because it leaves a matte finish)
https://www.detailersdomain.com/coll...-cleaner-500ml

General Interior cleaning
1Z einszett Cockpit Premium (you can use this even on PCM screen)
https://www.detailersdomain.com/coll...ockpit-premium

For tough plastic cleaning:
nextzett Plastic Deep Cleaner
https://www.detailersdomain.com/coll...c-deep-cleaner

Interior Microfiber towels (I use white towels for interior)
http://www.microfibertech.com/Microf...gsm-16x16.html

Brush for leather seats:
Uber Leather and Carpet Brush
https://www.detailersdomain.com/prod...d-carpet-brush

I hope this helps. Happy Detaling!


Spot on recommendations

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