Interior is filthy!
I have a '99 328i with the tan leather interior and my driver seat and door panel are filthy. The carpets could also use some attention too throughout the whole car. I've searched and I know all about Lexol, but is there anything a little stronger I can use on the seat and door panel? I want to get the interior back to like it was when I first bought it, but don't want to pull the color out of anything. I've seen 303 products recommended, so I'm guessing they would be safe for the leather too? I'm going to swing by the local marine store and see if I can pick some up and give that a try. Please post up any other suggestions or ideas you have!
Originally Posted by SPDSKTR
You drive a BMW. That means you make $600,000 a year and date supermodels without pointy elbows or hairy arms. Need I say more?
1999 Lexus LS400 Pearl White/Tan
-RSR Black-i Coilovers
-Battle Version Toe/Camber/Traction Arms kit
-BBS Super RS Replicas (19x8.5 +20/19x9.5 +20)
1983 BMW 733i 5MT Schwarz/Cardinal
Sold: 1999 328i sedan Alpine White/Sand
Last edited by SHOoff11; 10-24-2012 at 01:08 AM.