Follow the same procedure as cleaning leather seats for cleaning leather instrument panels and leather interior trim surfaces.
Clean and treat spills as soon as possible. Test any cleaner or stain remover on an inconspicuous area.
Avoid soaking any surface.
We recommend distilled water when cleaning.
For cleaning and removing stains such as dye transfer, use a commercially available leather cleaning product for automotive interiors.
Do not use the following products as these may damage the leather:
- Oil and petroleum or silicone-based leather conditioners.
- Household cleaners.
- Alcohol solutions.
- Solvents or cleaners intended specifically for rubber, vinyl and plastics.
- Remove dust and loose dirt with a vacuum cleaner.
- Wipe the surface with a soft, damp cloth and a mild soap and water solution. Dry the area with a clean, soft cloth.
- Do not rub any stains into the leather.
- For perforated leather, do not use foam cleaning products.