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Did you ever find one that works? I'm giving my car a good clean now and wanting to protect it all for the next few months.
 

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Not needed as what customers dont realise is that major fabric protection is applied from new at the manufacturer but this is not told as a selling feature, its applied for QC
 

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Having Detailed new cars, I know that they are not...at least not the ones I have worked on
Ive dripped water onto NEW seats and seen the fabric soak it in
 

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Chris said:
Having Detailed new cars, I know that they are not...at least not the ones I have worked on
Ive dripped water onto NEW seats and seen the fabric soak it in
Been in the Business i can assure you that most if not all manufacturers for the last approx 4 years apply some kind of fabric protection to their vehicles, this is applied now to aid longevity and for QA, there is no harm topping up on fabric protection but its not essential at all, most spillages can be wiped up successfully with a damp warm sponge i assure you :)

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That's one of the reasons why I prefer leather. it cleans up way easier.

We have a part time dog. Spud !

Dog hair is nightmare to get out of the regular seat fabrics.
You can sit and vacuum, and brush, and pick and vacuum some more but one more dog hair keeps appearing.
Bloody stuff gets static charged as well and starts clinging to surfaces.
You know then it's time to reach for the 303 Protectant !
My sanity saviour !
Anti-static, Protection from those harmful rays and no shiny finish. ahhhh
Now just have to moisten the leather.........
 
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