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Need Advice on how to clean my Leather Interior (Beige)

Hi Everyone I have the SLK55 AMG, it has beige leather interior and unfortunately the seats have become slightly stained and dirty, normal leather cleaner doesn't seem to make much of a difference ;-(.

Any advice on how to clean this and what products that are designed to clean these type of seats would be greatly appreciated. Thanks everyone



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JM, I have the "mushroom" leather interior on my C Series, and I've had really good luck cleaning it and keeping it clean with the Zaino leather cleaner and preserver. The mushroom is a quite a bit lighter than the beige - and I'd honestly not get another car with it - too damned hard to keep clean...
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Hi UK-C200,

Thanks for the reply and advice, I agree with you it seems all the light inetriors are so god Damn hard to keep clean, but I much prefer them to the darker colours, so I will take your advice and buy some Zaino leather cleaner and preserver, and see how I get on.

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Pale coloured leathers are harder to keep clean than darker colours. They generally also suffer from dye transfer from clothing. The secret is to not allow them to get dirty as it is the dirt together with abrassion that will do long term damage to the finish on the leather

Keep your leather clean by protecting it with a leather protector and then regular cleaning.
Adding 'conditioners' which generally contain oils and waxes will change the appearance of your leather over time as dirt will build up on the surface and cause a sheen. They also attract more dirt which is what you need to avoid.

Using the correct care methods and products will not alter the factory finish.

Most auto leather (about 99%) is 'coated' leather. This is essentially a 'painted' leather with a clear coat finish over the top. The leather may or may not be dyed through with aniline dyes prior to the finish coating.

Essentially it is this top coating that needs looking after. Cleaning is vitally important as the top coat will wear away if allowed to become dirty. Dirt on the surface will aslo become ground into the finish by constant abrassion.

'Conditioners', balms, feeds etc (traditionally oil and wax based) cannot penetrate this finish so are not worth applying - they can also leave behind residues on the finish which will only attract more dirt if allowed to remain.

A protector will make the finish easier to clean and also inhibit dye transfer etc on pale coloured leathers.

Leather however finished has to remain breathable and it will allow the movement of moisture back and forth (transpiration) so the use of water based cleaners and protectors will keep the leather correctly hydrated which is essentail to keeping it in good condition.

The routine for correct care should be
Protect from new
Maintain with a regular clean or maintenance product
Deep clean with a foam cleaner once or twice a year

This will prolong the life of the finish on the leather

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I'll get a lot of flames on this but here it goes...

I use an all-purpose car interior cleaner foam (the one with the brush at the end) on my leather once a year. Just like the post above says, you are really trying to clean the "coated" surface of the leather only, so buying up very expensive leather cleaners and conditioners will not really get those stubborn dirt and stains on your leather. I use the product sparingly, spray the foam on a smalll area, use the attached brush to work the foam over the surface and then immediately wipe off with a clean terry towel. After I've done a whole seat I use another towel (this time wet with water) to essentially rinse off whatever chemical remain in the leather and to hydrate the leather. Once dry I then follow-up with a small amount of leather conditioner just to seal in the moisture. I swear the above trick work real well for me.
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I had same ash/blk color AMG 55 which stained to blue by wheel cleaner and I tried many way to clean it. The final solution: recolor it. Now I have original color. Try http://leathermagic.com/Pages/recolorkits.htm
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I had same ash/blk color AMG 55 which stained to blue by wheel cleaner and I tried many way to clean it. The final solution: recolor it. Now I have original color. Try http://leathermagic.com/Pages/recolorkits.htm
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Did you have any problems matching up with rest of the seat (due to aging, etc)?
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i got mb to do the star guard on mine (orient beige) when I got it and I wa sceptical at first especially for the price but I have to say and be honest it is very good and they have not altered one bit!, granted I have not done loads of miles and not had to use the kit supplied yet but I am in and out of it a lot!, so would recommend it
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The best products to use are Gliptone leather cleaner followed by Gliptone leather conditioner.

You can buy in the UK online. Just google 'Gliptone'

It even makes your car smell of leather again and dries to a matt finish.
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Red face cleaning leather seatsI

I have a household steam cleaner which I used on interior
then lightly scrubbed using DODO Supernatural
only wish I new colour
need to build up chipped consul
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The best products to use are Gliptone leather cleaner followed by Gliptone leather conditioner.

You can buy in the UK online. Just google 'Gliptone'

It even makes your car smell of leather again and dries to a matt finish.

You beat me to it JLR!!!

Best product in the UK apparently, and something I use religiously on our beige leather. The smell is a bonus too, like getting into a new car after using the conditioner!

They have all kinds of products from refurbishing to maintaining, and a UK made product too

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Best product in the UK apparently, and something I use religiously on our beige leather. The smell is a bonus too, like getting into a new car after using the conditioner!

They have all kinds of products from refurbishing to maintaining, and a UK made product too

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I also much prefer the lighter interior colors. My 1989 300CE has a medium blue interior and my 2010 SLK has the beige interior. I don't notice the beige is harder to keep clean than the medium blue. I think it is because nothing other than clothing ever touches either interior.

That means no food, drinks, or other foreign substances. I am much less conscientious with the SUV I use for foul weather driving, and the difference is pretty noticeable.

So back to the Mercedes, I haven't found a big difference in leather cleaners and conditioners. Some are easier to use than others and some are greasier than others but most I've tried (the Maguiars MB branded and several others) perform well enough. Depending on how you use your car, you may need to clean and condition the interior more often. I think it's important to do it at least once per season to stay ahead of grime. You should attack stains as soon as possible so the sun and temperature changes don't cause them to set. I notice I get better results using a cleaner followed by a conditioner, versus using a cleaner/conditioner combination product. I'm very interested in the experiences of others.



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