5 Tips for Taking Care of Your Mercedes Leather

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Your Mercedes looked great when you drove it out of the lot, and you want to retain that beauty. In order to do that, you need to take care of the leather. Fortunately, that is easy to do. Just follow some tips, and your leather will look as good as new.

Pre-Clean the Leather

It’s always best to start with a clean surface. Take out the car vacuum and get to work. Clean every nook and cranny to remove all of the dirt and debris from the seats. That way, the leather cleaner can penetrate the leather.

Gather Your Supplies

You need to clean and conditioner your leather, which means you need the right supplies. Pinnacle Leather and Vinyl Cleaner and Wolfgang Leather Care Conditioner are excellent choices. You’ll also need a leather and vinyl scrub brush and a soft cloth.

Avoid Cheap Products

Watch out for cheap conditioners, as they often leave a greasy finish. While it’s always nice to save a buck here and there, you want your Mercedes to look great, so don’t skimp on your conditioner.

Test an Area First

While cleaning and conditioning are necessary for getting great-looking leather, you need to test an area first. Make sure that your cleaner and conditioner don’t bleach out the leather.

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Go Section by Section

If it’s been awhile since you’ve cleaned your car’s leather, don’t try to tackle it all with one big stroke of the scrub brush. Take it section by section to get the best results. Once a small section is clean, move on to the next one. That is the best way to get the results you want.

Berglund Mercedes-Benz in Lynchburg, Virginia, has a lot full of Mercedes cars and SUVs with soft, supple leather. If you want to sit on brand-new leather, stop by for a test drive and learn more about what these cars have to offer.

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