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Is there a preferred brand of leather cleaner/conditioner recommended for use on the white interior and seats?
 
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Meguiar’s fan myself here. Regardless what brand you choose I suggest working it into your cloth first then applying to the leather.
 

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I actually purchased "Chemical Guys" Sprayable Leather cleaner & Conditioner after speaking with some guys from Summit Racing. Now I am wondering what to get and use when those fingerprints start to show up on my (beautiful, white, velour like) visor........
 

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I honestly am thinking a lint roller or vacuuming it.

I hope it never gets dirty. It certainly will easily hold oils. From my understanding “microsuede” can be cleaned with a warm damp cloth. But I’m not sure.
 

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This came up on another car forum. The consensus (doesn't make it fact) was that modern car leathers are now treated/sealed. The idea of 'cleaning and conditioning' is really from the old leathers. Cleaning is basically a soapy water excercise. Conditioning is really for the sealant and not penetrating in any way. Having said that. I use Mother's VLR. Works on vinyl, leather, rubber. Has zero risk with overspray, and is cheap enough at $5 on sale.
 

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I’m considering some homemade cleaner and read online you could use vinegar and linseed oil. New car interiors supposedly don’t need much protection including the plastics. Has anyone tried any homemade solutions?
 
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