How to Protect Your Leather Seats Between Detailing Services

Implementing a regular maintenance routine can preserve the quality of your vehicle’s leather seats between detailing services. Consider the following four steps to help maintain the leather’s quality and keep your car looking and smelling like it just came off the showroom floor.

  1. Vacuum: Dirt and debris can create tiny scratches on the leather seat’s surface. Accumulating crumbs, coins, and dust in the crevices eventually break down the leather, creating cracks and tears.
  2. Use a Gentle Cleaner: Use a gentle cleanser or leather cleaner and a soft bristle brush or microfiber cloth to avoid damaging the leather upholstery.
  3. Condition: Allow the seats to dry completely before adding leather conditioner. Apply a thin, even layer of conditioner to the leather upholstery. Conditioner provides a protective coating that prevents cracking, fading, and scratching.
  4. Avoid Sunlight: Use protective sunshades and park in covered areas to avoid direct sunlight damage. Prolonged exposure fades and cracks leather upholstery.

Benefits of Including Leather Seat Cleaning With Professional Car Detailing

When Word of Mouth cleans your leather car seats, we use a high-quality professional leather cleanser to remove body oil, dirt, and grime buildup. Our team follows up with a leather conditioning treatment as an extra layer of protection to help preserve the life of your leather upholstery. Our expert detailers are also skilled at repairing leather damage from spills.

When you include the leather seat cleaning service with professional car detailing, you preserve the quality of the material, enhance your driving experience, and improve your vehicle’s resale value.