Mercedes-Benz GL-Class: Cleaning the seat covers - Interior care - Care - Maintenance and care - Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Owner's ManualMercedes-Benz GL-Class: Cleaning the seat covers

genuine leather, artificial leather or Do not use microfiber cloths to clean genuine leather, artificial leather or Alcantara® covers. If used often, these can damage the cover.

• clean genuine leather covers carefully Observe the following when cleaning:

clean genuine leather covers carefully with a damp cloth and then wipe the covers down with a dry cloth. Make sure that the leather does not become soaked. It may otherwise become rough and cracked. Only use leather care agents that have been tested and approved by Mercedes-Benz. You can obtain these from a qualified specialist workshop, e.g. a Mercedes-Benz Service center.

clean artificial leather covers with a cloth moistened with a solution containing 1% detergent (e.g. dish washing liquid).

clean cloth covers with a microfiber cloth moistened with a solution containing 1% detergent (e.g. dish washing liquid). Rub carefully and always wipe entire seat sections to avoid leaving visible lines.

Leave the seat to dry afterwards.

Cleaning results depend on the type of dirt and how long it has been there.

clean Alcantara® covers with a damp cloth. Make sure you wipe entire seat sections to avoid leaving visible lines.

ensure that the appearance and comfort of Note that regular care is essential to ensure that the appearance and comfort of the covers is retained over time.

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