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What to use to clean ultra white seats?

Discussion in 'Model X: Interior & Exterior' started by mitchellh3, Mar 29, 2017.

  1. mitchellh3

    mitchellh3 Member

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    Hello! Just picked up an S with ultra white seats but figured X drivers would have more experience in this area... what do you use to clean the seats? I've heard baby wipes are good but just want to check from folks who have had their seats longer. :)
     
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    I use AutoGlym Leather Cleaner often, & occasionally the Leather Conditioner. This guy (with an unfortunate co. name) has great videos for technique... (I only tried his paint sealer & wheel gel products) How to Condition Leather Seats | AMMO NYC
     
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    rrooster New Member

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    oh thats the conditioner vid... here's the cleaning technique:
     
  4. rainforest

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    Why don't people follow the official Tesla instructions? They only suggest rubbing alcohol, and it works perfectly.

    From page 160:

    Polyurethane Seats

    Wipe spills as soon as possible using a soft cloth moistened with warm water and non-detergent soap. Wipe gently in a circular motion. For difficult stains on ultra-white seats, use isopropyl alcohol, then wipe with a damp cloth. After cleaning, allow the seats to air dry.
     
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  5. mitchellh3

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    Thanks @rainforest! I just didn't see that section. :) That is perfect.
     
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    I had an issue with jean transfer this past weekend. Isopropyl worked pretty well. Did a video for those interested:

     
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