How to properly clean leather seats in a Nissan
Leather seats, when treated properly, are so cool. They can really elevate vehicles, giving them a premium look that can make your friends jealous of your new Nissan model. But in order to keep the cool factor, the leather seats need to be properly maintained. Read on for tips on how to properly clean leather seats in a Nissan.
Leather car seat cleaning tips
- You can use a special leather cleaner, which can be purchased in the automotive section of your favorite stores, but you can also use household items, such as vinegar or laundry detergent.
- Do not use wax, oil, or silicone-based products, and do not overdo it when putting the cleaning products onto the seats.
- Before you start wiping down with a cleaning product, vacuum the seats first to get rid of large and loose debris.
- Check to see if there are perforations anywhere in the leather seats. If so, avoid getting cleaner stuck in those holes.
- Use a microfiber towel to help remove surface dirt. Spray the towel with cleaner and wipe the seats.
- Use a soft-bristled brush to give the leather a deep clean. Spray the cleaner onto the seats and scrub it down. Be careful not to scrub too hard, and do not use a hard-bristled brush, as it could damage the material.
- Wipe the seats clean, and be sure to dry them well.
- Consider using leather conditioner, which you can find in stores.