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Old 08-05-2013, 12:44 PM   #1
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MKIII Leather Seats

Anyone have an MKIII here with the Arctic White leather seats?

I really love that option but I am worried how that holds up to wear and tear. Is it easy to clean? Any problems with wearing denim?


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Old 08-05-2013, 03:44 PM   #2
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I've got them in my car. They look good, are durable and easy to clean.

Not sure why wearing denim would be a problem. They don't stain the denim or the denim does not stain the seats.
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I've got them in my car. They look good, are durable and easy to clean.

Not sure why wearing denim would be a problem. They don't stain the denim or the denim does not stain the seats.
Yeah the main problem I was thinking of was that the dye from the denim would stain the leather (kind of what happens when you wear brand new white shoes).

But if that's not the case, then this makes me want the white interior even more.
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Old 08-05-2013, 05:23 PM   #4
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My wife's '13 Titanium has the arctic white leather, and going on four months no problems so far. It is not the time of year when she wears a lot of denim. She gets a lot of compliments on the look of that interior. Her Focus exterior color is Sterling Gray.

On my '11 Taurus, the stone leather interior does pick up some blue from my jeans, but a wipe with a damp microfiber cloth takes it right off.
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My SEL had the black/white leather seats. They did okay but did require cleaning. Keep them clean and moisturized and they'll be fine.
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Thanks for the responses guys, I appreciate it.
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