I like lighter colored interiors in cars and I cannot lie — but the issue is they’re always not that practical, especially if you wear denim jeans daily. Here’s a quick tip I learned for dealing with light colored interior so if you start noticing your leather car seats have a blue tinge to them (or they’re just dirty) you’ll know what to do. Now, if you are here because you searched on “how to get denim jean rub stains off of light car leather interior”, you’re also in luck! I have the solution and it works like magic.

You need the two items listed below and some elbow grease. It’s literally a wipe on, wipe off solution. I do it at the first sign the seats are getting dirty and also when I wash the car. The Chamberlain’s leather care liniment not only cleans the leather but treats it so it stays supple and less likely to crack over time.

Products used:
Chamberlain’s Leather Care Liniment No. 1
Microfiber Cleaning Cloths (24-Pack)

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