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    2015 WRX Seats - Cleaning

    Anyone have any recommendations for what to use to clean/protect the seats in the '15 WRX Limited?

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    Im a fan of chemical guys products. You can try their Fabric Guard


    I also use Innerclearn as an all purpose cleaner for my interiors it helps
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    I love the Chemical Guys stuff!

    I have leather. I'll see what they've got.

    Thanks!
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    I love their leather cleaner and leather serum I use it on my bike leathers makes them look like new.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cflip2x View Post
    I love their leather cleaner and leather serum I use it on my bike leathers makes them look like new.
    Nice! Thanks! I've tried Meguire's in the past and just didn't like the residue their stuff left on the leather in my '12 Jetta.
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    Chemical Guys products are awsome I have alot of there products ez creme glaze, vertua bond 408, vrp dressing, v07 spray sealant , finishing polish, white wax they are all awsome even soaps are great honey dew snow foam, Mr pink I have a limited also I got pristine clean for the leather it has other uses also check it out

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    side-note but serious question...

    baby wipes or sanitation wipes... how are they on leather and floor mats between the metal parts under/next to the sides and bottom of the seats?
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    Anything with an alcohol base will dry out the leather. "Xzylon" mink oil is pretty good as well. We use that at work, and leaves a nice leather must scent afterwards
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    Lexol has wipes and it is intended for leather cleaning.

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    oh ok so stick to lexol...

    yea I haven't really washed anything inside the car yet... mostly because I keep the car extremely clean...

    but yea in the future I'll stick with that... I wanna keep the seats in solid condition...
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    I went ahead and got the Chemical Guys leather cleaner & conditioner since I was ordering all new cleaning products for the new car anyway.

    Now if the weather would just cooperate!

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    Not sure if it's the right product to use or not but I've used Murphy's oil soap on leather and the softer padded parts of interiors and it works well.
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