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Discussion in 'Model X' started by Falcon90D, Apr 4, 2017.
Anyone experiencing the same with ultra white interior?
We have the same problem same location. delivered two weeks ago. I chose not to pay attention to the wrinkles.
I have the same. I don't care about that unless seats start getting spontaneously torn, stained or stretched.
Good idea. I do the same with my wife
Wow, I thought I was the only one with OCD.
Seeing as the ultra white interior is synthetic material, I wonder if one could take a hair dryer and apply light heat to the area to release the wrinkles.
I would be very careful with that approach. One bit too much heat and you have the old cigarette lighter applied to the vinyl upholstery look. Ask me how I know (this was way back in the day....).
normal, i have the same problem, i'm pretty ocd, but the wrinkles didn't bother me because it's not too noticeable
I was going to add my disclaimer to be careful with this advice and use at ones own risk. Assumed it was fairly common sense though, but then again common sense isn't necessarily all that common. That is why I said "light heat". I figured a hair dryer as opposed to a heat gun would not get hot enough unless one would point it super close to the surface.
It would be interesting if someone had a sample salvaged X seat to test the properties of the 'vegan' upholstery. I don't think we know much about how it reacts to temperature, etc. Even the manual says to use water to clean it!
The manual says to use rubbing alcohol.
You are correct! I was thinking of something else, my bad.
I have a Dec 31st (2016) delivery of same, and can see wrinkles only if looking with a close-up iPhone photo.
But in context, first picture shows a normal passenger view, and if/when they complain, tell them it's VEGAN baby.
I love the ultra white look.
My ultra white seats also have wrinkles FWIW.
...comes standard on the car.
This makes me feel less OCD about the leather seat cushion wrinkles on my few day old perforated seats. I guess there is no getting around wrinkles inside Model S interiors. Possibly the textile seats.
Show me your wrinkles