Q: How do I clean and protect the inside?

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How do I clean and protect the inside?

You want to keep the interior of the car just as clean and nice-looking as the outside.

  1. Use a vacuum cleaner to remove dust and dirt.

  2. Use a damp clean cloth to wipe down dirty surfaces.

  3. Clean leather areas with a vacuum cleaner and a damp cloth with diluted detergent.

  4. Wipe leather surfaces with a soft dry cloth to remove all moisture.

Tip

You can clean synthetic leather in the same way. It’s a good idea to clean the cabin at least two times a year.

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