4 steps to protect leather interior

4 steps to protect leather interior

4 steps to protect leather interior

4 steps to protect leather interior

Leather interiors can be left with permanent damage and marks without proper care, and when it comes to protecting the interior of a car there are 4 easy steps to follow. In this blog article, we will unpack the four things that can damage the leather interior and what needs to be done to prevent it and extend the life of the leather.

 

Step 1: UV damage

Direct sunlight is one of the biggest threats that cause almost irreversible damage to the leather. It can cause premature fading and even lead to cracks throughout the leather. There’s one simple and quick solution that can be done to protect the leather interior:

-Always park in covered parking
-Use protective sunshades

By following these two exact steps you’ll avoid all the unnecessary damage that leaves the leather looking faded and lifeless.

 

Step 2: cleanse the leather

Start by vacuuming out the interior and then follow that up with cleansing the leather, this removes any dirt and stains.

Onyx Coating expert tip: Ensure that you use a cleanser that is specifically designed for leather seating. Onyx Coating shortly will be releasing the most efficient leather cleaner that will be the perfect addition to any car professional cleaning kit or for anyone at home looking to get their interior looking brand new.

 

Step 3: condition the leather

Once the leather is dry, use a leather conditioner and apply an even layer to the leather seats. This conditioner guarantees to lock in moisture and thereby prevent scratching, cracking, and fading.

Step 4: apply an interior coating

Prevent damage up to one year after application with the perfect interior coating formulated with a Hybrid solvent base that can be applied to both fabric and leather. It provides the ultimate protection against stains, dirt, contaminants, water, and oil. Not only is it easy to apply, but it also produces a superhydrophobic and smooth surface that is protected for up to 12 months.

So there you have it! The four exact steps that you should follow to protect the leather interior and ward off irreparable damage!