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Cquartz leather protectant, white interior

Discussion in 'Model 3: Interior & Exterior' started by aydyn, Aug 15, 2018.

  1. aydyn

    aydyn Member

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    has anyone used ceramic coating on white interior? The oproduxt page cautions against use on white interiors but I really want to protect my white interior from jean transfer. Anyone?
     
  2. dragonxt

    dragonxt Active Member

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    Best way to protect seats against jeans transfer is to give it a rub down with an alcohol-water mix weekly.
     
  3. dek526

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    i saw tim @ adonis coat a model s that had white interior with a ceramic coating back in apr.
     
  4. favo

    favo P3D+ owner

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    Anyone tried Gyeon Leather Shield or LeatherCoat? They say both are matte finish, don't change the look or feel of the leather, and are designed for all automotive leather (not sure if that includes synthetic leather). Shield is a ceramic (SiO2) coat. They claim it lasts 12 months and is more geared toward new leather. Coat is resin-based and works on older, worn leather. They say it lasts 3 months. Both repel dirt and prevent discoloration. Coat specifically mentions protecting from jeans dye transfer.
     
  5. EVS Motors

    EVS Motors Vendor

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    When we applied interior coatings on the white Tesla seats, we didn't notice any discoloration. I still recommend some upkeep on your end after the application just to be safe.
     

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