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Hello, I have a touring with the beige interior. I understand the that interior contains a lot of recycled materials, helps the environment, etc, and that the suede like material is not real, however from what I can tell the steering wheel and seats are real leather, although my salesman told me that the seats are not real leather but a leather type matieral..


Regardless, I wanted to gather some opinions on cleaning and fabric protection. I have a 100 pound boxer and his hair is like little brown needles, and it drove me crazy trying to keep the seats and carpet on my old car (2009 Fit with the dark blue cloth) clean. Hopefully his fur will not stick to the seats as badly as it did in the Fit.



I have already gotten the front floor liners from Weathertech, and a can of Scotchguard fabirc protector for the carpet. They do make a car specific Scotchguard and was wondering if anyone had used this instead of the regular carpet protector? Also, they make a suede protector....wondering if that is worth a shot spraying on the suede like material to protect it from doggie dirt, especially on the back doors, and finally, any advice on protection and or cleaner for the seats themselves? Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Mike
 

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weatherTech has some seat covers that might do the trick.
https://www.weathertech.com/honda/2018/clarity-plug-in-hybrid/



Yeah I saw those but like all things Weathertech kind of pricey. I think I will return the Weathertech liners I got and get some Tux Liners, they are also custom and have a rear floor cover with them.


May go ahead and get the Kiwi suede protector in case Pluto puts dirty dog nose up against the beige altuna or whatever they call the fake suede....
 
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