Ok..... After you have spent an absolute fortune on Autoglym this and Meguirs that etc. etc.
Sorry if this offends anyone but it really, really boils my p**s when people recommend this product or that one without thinking of the actual cost. After all, it isn't them buying it, its poor old you and your wallet!
My boss asked me a while ago why my seats were in such good condition yet his two year old 159's were so grotty!
He had spent a small fortune on cleaning products (£70 all told)
Think about it for a little while and apply some common sense to your leather and to your wallet!
What is leather?
It is skin!
Just like ours albeit a little corser and tougher.
Would you honestly sit in the bath and give yourself a good scrub with saddle soap or any of the well known brands of automotive leather cleaners?
Of course you wouldn't!
Why would you put yourself through the torture? So.... Why put your lovely leather seats through it?
So what do you clean your own skin with? Now apply the same principle to your cow skin seats.
There is nothing wrong with a soft sponge lathered up with dove soap (1/4 moisturiser) to clean the grime. £0.60
A gentle towelling down to dry it off.
Followed by a conservative coating of quality moisturiser that is gently but thoroughly rubbed in until dry... £1.50
Just like your own skin, treat it right and it will last you a lifetime. "I don't care if the neighbours think i'm a pervert!!!".
£2.10 total outlay.... Or be cheeky and nick the wife's! I did hehe!
As for perforations a soft brush should do but if you had dirty finger nails or grubby ears how would you clean them!
ps. I own a 99 V reg and my seats are purrfect... I wonder why?