Item : 3M Auto Essentials Leather & Vinyl Restorer, 46603, 480ml
Price : RM 51.50
Contact : 012-6586658
Location : 9, Jalan Bola Jaring 13/15, Seksyen 13, 40100 Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan
(please confirm your item before you come to the showroom to purchase)
Business hours : anytime, any day as long as you confirmed your item before you drop by
GPS coordinate : N 03°04'52.6" E101°32'22.2"
3M makes it simple to maintain like-new leather!
3M Auto Essentials Leather and Vinyl Restore is a quick and easy way to clean and condition leather and vinyl interior surfaces. With a combination of gentle cleaners and conditioning agents, 3M Auto Essentials Leather and Vinyl Restore leaves a natural-looking shine.
For the best results, spray a microfiber towel or applicator pad with 3M Auto Essentials Leather and Vinyl Restore. Wipe down the dashboard, console, leather or vinyl seats, and door panels. The microfiber will grab dust. Flip the towel if necessary. If interior surfaces are particularly soiled, use 3M Auto Essentials All-Purpose Scrub to pre-clean the interior before applying 3M Auto Essentials Leather and Vinyl Restore.
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I am new to the car detailing world, and owning my own 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis, the car is in pretty good shape, as it was a Sunday driver before I bought it. Despite the nice care the car was given, the interior of it showed signs of slight discoloration and the dash felt gritty. I was given this product by a friend and tried it in a small area to see if it works.
I followed the instructions by spraying it into a clean microfiber towel, then giving a moderate run onto the wood grain trim finish. I used a dry side of the towel after 15 seconds to wipe it off, and it left a nice shiny and soft feeling to the once gritty dash trim. Being so happy with these results, I decided to try out the rest of the dash. The light tan dash cowl + vinyl door covers and steering wheel were treated with this. It took some elbow grease, as the stuff is a little thick. But once you rub it on, it leaves a thin coat of protection and makes the interior look brand new. I even tried it on plastic, and it took some of the blemish of the black plastic parts away and equalized the color with a slight gloss.
The best part is that this stuff doesn't feel tacky like the Armor All that I used to spray. Armor All gives a uncomfortable feeling to the interior + leaves a tacky appearance. This stuff dries out completely and almost looks like you waxed your interior (even though vinyl can't really get waxed).
I highly recommend it if you are looking to revitalize the interior of your car, especially if you have lots of plastic and vinyl parts that have small scratches and blemishes!