Lora Boyd. Leather. April 22nd , 2018.
If you have pets, then you may want to invest in pet pads or pet seat covers for your interior. You will also want to look into a good reflective sun shield.
You will also be able to get leather seat covers that will match the color of your car. This can be done in both ways. You can have them custom made in any color you want or you can purchase them ready made in a color that suits your tastes.
Having window tint professionally installed onto your vehicle will provide you with a stylish and sleek look. But having your car windows tinted will also serve a more useful purpose: protecting the interior of your vehicle. This is especially beneficial if your car has leather seats. Leather will eventually become brittle and crack if it is exposed to sunlight for too long. Protecting your car's interior with tinted windows can significantly prolong the life of your leather upholstery and trim, which will improve the resale value of the vehicle.
Coming in all sorts of color, leather EZ Pass holders are designed to look elegant in all sorts of cars. As some cars' interior are made out of leather, a leather version of the holder can easily camouflage with the interior while concealing the solid white EZ Pass from sight. You can even make it stand out as an interior decoration with the different designs available in the market.
Another way to determine the type of leather used in your car's interior is to do the water-drop test. With a dropper or teaspoon, drop a (very small) amount of water in an inconspicuous part of, say, the passenger seat. How the water displaces on the leather surface will tell you if it is treated or not. If the water is absorbed into the leather, then you have an untreated leather interior. If the water beads and/or rolls off, then your interior is made from treated leather. Treated leather can be cleaned just like vinyl interiors. You can buy general-purpose interior cleaners or use very mild soapy water to rinse off the grime that will have accumulated on the seats with use. You should not use strong detergents on your treated leather seats as these may remove the protective treatment and/or discolor the leather surface. Also, do not use stiff brushes as these may scratch the leather or even remove the surface treatment. Do not use Armor-All or similar products as these will make your seats slippery and possibly distract you from driving when you are operating the vehicle. There are leather conditioners available specifically formulated for treated leather interiors and this will not leave a shiny gloss on your seats but a matte finish instead.
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