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the wood trim as lost its shine , I have 99sts for about 3 weeks also trying clean the leather
All other vicheal have dark interior this is tan trying to get clean is a bitch.
The clor is white diamond , do only big blood bugs like this color as my grey chevy never getts hit by them
 

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You might try using some wax.........
 

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the wood trim as lost its shine , I have 99sts for about 3 weeks also trying clean the leather
All other vicheal have dark interior this is tan trying to get clean is a bitch.
The clor is white diamond , do only big blood bugs like this color as my grey chevy never getts hit by them
For leater seats i use leather wipes, mcquires makes a good wipe but expensive. There are other brands out there but i found out that the wipes don't last as long.
For the wood interior/ trim windex is the best bet for that.
for the chrome pick up an inexpensive chrome polish they all work according to the price but the cheap ones aren't that bad

Another thing to think is to never use paper towels for cleaning. They leave dust all over the place. Use an old undershirt they work the best for windexing/ waxing etc....
 

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Get your favorite cleaner stuff, and use this procedure.....

Get the car hot (either by letting it sit in the sun for a while or turning on the heater for a little while)

Spray the stuff on, either directly on the seats or soak a towel, and let it sit.... For about 5-10mins, this is key...... Wipe it off, and it should be really clean!!! Best thing to use, IMO for this, is a cleaner/conditioner........
 

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Information provided by the leather company says to wash the leather with a mild soap and water. Tried it and the results are superb. I despise the aftermarket vinyl/leather wipes or spray-ons which leave a real plastic artificial look to your seats or dash. I try to keep the new car look, no glare etc. Soap and water works fine. Doesn't look like someone polyurethaned the inside of my car.
 
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