Q: How do I clean the leather seats?

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How do I clean the leather seats?

The leather seats in your truck are of high quality. To maintain their high quality, proper cleaning is necessary. To clean the leather seats.

  1. Clean up spills and stains quickly.

  2. Wipe the surface of the seats with a soft, damp cloth using not more than a mild soap and water solution.

  3. Use recommended conditioner on a regular basis.

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