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Old 05-08-2002, 09:21 PM   #1
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How do you treat leatherette?

My friend has an M3 but he has leather so he uses leather treatment, naturally...But I have leatherette...what do I treat that with? Like vinylex or something?
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Old 05-08-2002, 09:26 PM   #2
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yup..just use vinylex...but remember..that's a protectant spray..not a cleaner..as for me, i used any vinyl/leather cleaner..I bought one at pepboys...and then let that dry a bit and applied the vinylex on. I leaves a little bit of a greasy feel to it..but it will dry off..kinda..not really..but it's ok. You might wanna wipe down the steering wheel afterwards so it won't feel slippery. It even removes the scuff marks that you get at the bottom of the door panels. Have fun detailing your baby. Oh yeah, one more thing...you might wanna wear a glove. For some odd reason, it hecka dried my hands afterwards even after washing them after using vinylex...
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