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USAFBuckeye



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United States 2007 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Stornoway Grey
2010-2013 RRS's Interior Question

What are you all using to clean and protect the dashboard, door card tops, and other leather-like parts?

I know the seats, arm rests, and cargo box cover is leather but not sure about the above mentioned.

Use leather cleaner/ protectant or???

Thanks! '12 RRS SC
'07 RRS SC
'11 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite (sigh...)
Gone, but not forgotten
'02 RR
'05 LR3 SE7 (Best off-road rig I've ever had) let her go @ 100K miles

Post #505976 Wed Sep 21 2016 3:27am
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CANROVER



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Location: Ottawa
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Canada 2010 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Santorini Black

Meguire's wipes or Armor all... I'm not too particular about it but I am curious about the leather as I have yet to wipe that down.

Post #506186 Fri Sep 23 2016 12:39pm
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luckske



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Belgium 2010 Range Rover Sport 3.0 TDV6 HSE Ipanema Sand

I used the Meguair's Gold Class Leather sealer treatment (G3800) and it works very well. I used it on all leather parts (seats, dashboard, doors,..) and it really manages to keep the leather clean. But it does leave a slippery/silky feeling the first few days.

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DrRob



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United Kingdom 2012 Range Rover Sport SDV6 HSE Orkney Grey

Gliptone Leather Conditioner for the leather. They also do a cleaner if you need it. Highly rated Thumbs Up GONE - SDV6 HSE MY2012 in Orkney Grey.
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Post #506222 Fri Sep 23 2016 8:14pm
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junior



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Java Black

I've always use whatever stuff's laying around that I condition my sofa with. No brand in particular. I'm assuming car leather has no peculiar qualities over any other type of leather. For some reason "car" leather cream is at least twice the price of "sofa" leather cream.

Post #506302 Sat Sep 24 2016 9:04pm
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JOCK55



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United Kingdom 2013 Range Rover Sport SDV6 HSE Firenze Red

I have had quite a lot of success with a Flash "Magic Sponge" for cleaning and then followed by a conditioning with Autoglym Leather Conditioner & Protectant.

I always combine the two as the magic sponge, although very good at cleaning the interior (especially the leather upholstery) it does leave the leather feeling a little dry.

Give it a try! Twice a year is plenty for general cleaning.

Old Jock
. "Say what you mean, Mean what you say...... and Do it!"
2015 RRS HSE SDV6 Firenze Red with Santorini Panoramic Glass Roof

Post #506315 Sun Sep 25 2016 7:57am
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USAFBuckeye



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United States 2007 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Stornoway Grey

Thanks! '12 RRS SC
'07 RRS SC
'11 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite (sigh...)
Gone, but not forgotten
'02 RR
'05 LR3 SE7 (Best off-road rig I've ever had) let her go @ 100K miles

Post #506741 Fri Sep 30 2016 2:53am
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