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I have cars come in with scuffs where the door entry is on the plastic pieces! I usually clean it and then apply some leather conditioner to “cover” it. Is there anything else better to use that may stay on long term?
I have a new customer requesting an interior detail (F150 Lariat w/leather, for reference), but is saying she's adverse to smells and wants as little used as possible. What should I do? If you've run into this, what Adam's products do you offer? Do I let her smell them first? I have a new steamer which should help a lot, but haven't used it yet. Any help is appreciated!
Hey guys! Just wanted to share some of my interior work from this weekend. I did this as a gift to my neighbor, who's been having a rough time lately. It also gave me an opportunity to experiment with cleaning techniques. I have a nice arsenal of Adams products but don't have any heavy equipment, like a steam machine or extractor. So this was all done by hand. I spent about 2 hours on just the interior. It was heavily soiled with layers of dust, pet hair, and food crumbs. I could have spent another 2 hours, making the interior closer to perfect. Didn't spend much time on the seats or leather & vinyl conditioning. Curious how you all handle the really dirty interiors. I have to say, I was really impressed with the carpet upholstery cleaner. One technique I thought of using but didn't approach was using the sidekick blaster to blow out the seat mounts and seat crevices & stuff. Enjoy the before and after photos. Be as harsh as you want. I have thick skin.