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nuxbantu

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    Graeme
  • Lexus Model
    ls300 sportcross
  • Year of Lexus
    2018
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Stirlingshire

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  1. I've used Silkoline or Fuchs for years and they are the best. IMHO stay away from Castrol as has been stated there is to much confusion regards what it is, at least with the other two you know what you get..........
  2. I think i'll go with Hando's suggestion and go with the sonus kit Seems to me, if you put on the conditioner and it doesnt get sucked up by the leather then all you've wasted is some time rubbing it in.........................
  3. So what your saying is use the cleaner but forget the conditioner??
  4. Yes full leather seats, no alcantara inserts.................I'll try Hando's suggestion first Hmm baby wipes might be worth a try Thanks Guys
  5. Any thoughs on the best cleaner for the Perferrated leather seats in the Sportcross............ Started cleaning a small area with Maguiers a spent the next hour with a paperclip trying to get the white crud out from the perferrations........... :tsktsk:
  6. Cheers Rolex just what I was looking for...............
  7. I'm looking for a bodykit for my sportcross....... any thoughts
  8. The felt tray is held in with two press clips one either side. you have to give it a good prod to release them.........I put a paint scraper to between the dash top and the lint tray to stop the plastic getting marked, then pushed a thin blade screw driver between the scraper and the lint tray and pushed it up......the clips are about 20mm in from the side....... It does take a bit of a push to release them..........hope this helps
  9. Fitted mine today...took about an hour and that included stripping down the cd unit to get the discs out that were jammed in there since i got the car...(thanks fatpieman69 i've gained a razorlight, keane and take that CDs).....thanks Sonnet for all the info, this piece of kit is well worth the money and no hastle to fit Thanks Hando for the instructions...........
  10. Ye I agree, I tried it just as winter set in and it really does work well, water just runs off the car, and the next time the car needs washing it takes even less effort! Its just unfortunate that the tin is to small to get the PC in..........
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