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Old 12-14-2005, 04:34 AM
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Interior Care

To keep your interior in top shape, how often do you care for your leather and other interior?
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Old 12-14-2005, 04:40 AM
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I have a lot of Microfiber towels that are slightly damp to use everyday.
It keeps the dust from settling, and it's just water which I'm sure is safe.

Every now and then, I do a full recondition (now and then meaning when I feel extra energetic, and it hasn't happened yet on the X5).

I shampoo the leather, wash it off. Let it dry 24 hours in the sun. See if I can get everything out, all the dirt, and crap. Then condition it.

I did it on my old LS400 every other month or so. The leather in that car looked fantastic after 10 years of owning it. It was as soft (or softer) than the LS430 today
Or maybe that's just pride.
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