Same here. I found the oil in leather cleaner/conditioner does a nice job of hiding the scratches(not the thick stuff, but the water based). I also don't use the vacuum anymore to clean it. The brush can leave scratches.^^^^^^^ I need this. Where do you get the Novus stuff? Online, auto store? Thanks.
My dealer scratched mine before delivery and I didn't notice it until I saw it in the sun. Still, the black does scratch very easily and I can see how I will probably scratch it in the future as this is my daily driver.
If you haven't notice the design biz is manned by a bunch of lemmings - EVERYTHING is using this black lacquer look these days - TVs, laptops, uplevel cars, etc.I don't know why GM/Cadillac did that! They should have picked a different finish. Mine is covered in scratches! They should have done it in an aluminum or all in carbon fiber! Something that wouldn't scratch so damn easy!
Agreed. Now all I need to find is an aftermarket guy that can make me the same console in that Faux carbon fibre trim look our cars have. That would pprobably look decent and not show scratches as easily.Yea the black scratches ridiculously easy. I can sneeze and scratch it :crying2: