The Car Salon The Car Salon

leather protectionLeather Protection

With Calgary’s ever changing climate, your Leather Protection is essential. At The Car Salon Protecting the leather upholstery of your vehicle is important. Just as making sure the exteriors are rust and scratch-free. And the engine runs smoothly.

Your vehicle is constantly exposed to dirt, moisture, liquid spills, food remnants and people. It’s not about how careful or clean you are. Spills and stains are a part of everyday life. Kids and pets are another contributing factor.

If leather is to retain its beauty, it must be cared for, cleaned and conditioned.  The Car Salon uses different products to provide you with Leather Protection. That leave your leather looking rich & natural with aloe & moisturizing oils. For superior leather protection and conditioning. While maintaining your leather’s original look & feel. Leather Protection may be used regularly as the premium conditioners moisturize and protect without leaving behind any buildup. It’s much easier to spend a little time protecting and conditioning your fine leather. Than spending the energy and money to salvage it.

Keeping your leather in good condition begins with a regular wipe down with your favorite one-step cleaner. Our daily “one-step” starts with Meguiar’s Gold Class™ Rich Leather Cleaner/Conditioner Item # G10916C using a microfiber towel. If you have seen leather that has been ignored and mistreated? What remains is dried, prematurely aged, and cracked leather. Without proper leather protection and conditioning your leather will age rapidly, losing its luster and flexibility.

This process is rapidly accelerated in warmer climates. Regular cleaning and conditioning is all it takes. Keep leather looking fresh, supple, and soft.

Why us?

  • Thorough pre-cleaning of surfaces to remove all dirt and residues. Because any dust and grime on upholstery will reduce quality and effectiveness.
  • Experienced technicians ensure meticulous applications of the exact amounts.
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