- If the seat is dirty, clean the surface with a damp cloth; use a diluted soap solution if needed.
- Use a dry microfiber cloth to dry the leatherette.
- Make sure the leatherette is clean and dry before applying conditioner. Use lint-free microfiber cloth to apply the leather conditioner in thin, even coats to the entire surface area of the leatherette and bluff away any excess conditioner.
- Allow time for the conditioner to absorb and dry for a minimum of two hours.
Note: To avoid excess wear and tear on any seats with higher & deeper side bolster, try not to slide over them when getting in and out of your vehicle.