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Interior Care Fabric? Vinyl? Leather? Alcantara? Wood? Plastic? Discuss how to identify your interior surfaces and use the right product and technique for the best results.

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Old 04-23-2015
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Default Remove shine/matte finish?

Hello --

New to the detailing world and I have a quick question, hoping someone could help me out.

I have a relatively new JGC and I was just doing a quick wipe down of my interior this afternoon. I bought some *cough* competitor's leather wipes (Not Armor ALL) and even after following the manufacturer's instructions for a reduced shine, the one seat I tested on still looks way too shiny for me.

I am looking to keep the seats in the flat, matte condition that the car came with originally. Is there any Mothers interior product (or products) that will remove the offending product and allow me to keep the leather protected and conditioned?

Thanks in advance for your help!
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Default Re: Remove shine/matte finish?

Our Leather Cream is the lowest gloss product of any leather product I know. You may need to clean it first with its matching cleaner, Leather Wash, to remove the shiny dressing already applied.

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Default Re: Remove shine/matte finish?

Great! I'll check it out. Thank you for the quick response!
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Our Leather Cream is the lowest gloss product of any leather product I know. You may need to clean it first with its matching cleaner, Leather Wash, to remove the shiny dressing already applied.

Hope this helps, and welcome to waxforum.
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