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      07-19-2013, 08:52 PM   #1
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What do you use to clean carbon leather?

What products?
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a damp cloth is all that is really needed
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i try not to use any harsh chemicals on that
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a damp cloth is all that is really needed
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warm water on a micro is what I use to clean everything in my interior.
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Thank you guys
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I've used 1Z Cockpit cleaner when I had to get some powdery stuff off it once. I'm told that stuff is okay for leather.

For my seats I use Zaino Bros. I suppose that would work for the carbon fiber leather too.

Regarding the notion that water is all you need, I am skeptical. Oils are what cause breakdown in coatings. So if people touch the leather it will leave oils behind and water is not going to take that off.
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I've used 1Z Cockpit cleaner when I had to get some powdery stuff off it once. I'm told that stuff is okay for leather.

For my seats I use Zaino Bros. I suppose that would work for the carbon fiber leather too.

Regarding the notion that water is all you need, I am skeptical. Oils are what cause breakdown in coatings. So if people touch the leather it will leave oils behind and water is not going to take that off.
For the leather I treat it every few months with leatherique, maintain it with Bentley hide food.
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For the leather I treat it every few months with leatherique, maintain it with Bentley hide food.
Leatherique prestine for regular maintenance. A deep leather treatment once or twice a year (definately twice a year if its a convertible).
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