Never attempt to remove dirt, mud or dust if the surface of the vehicle is dry.
Never use a dry cloth or sponge for cleaning purposes - this can damage the
paintwork or glass on your vehicle.
Soak dirt, mud or dust with plenty of water before starting the washing
Clean the vehicle with a soft sponge, glove or a brush. Start with the roof and
work your way down. Use only light pressure, rinsing the sponge thoroughly and
Clean the wheels and sills last to avoid transferring heavy mud or grit onto
your vehicle's bodywork.
Rinse the vehicle thoroughly with water.
Dry the paintwork carefully with a chamois leather
Tips for interior care
Use a clean, damp cloth to clean plastic trim. If this does not provide
satisfactory results, use a special solvent-free plastic cleaner.
Clean wooden trim with a clean cloth moistened with water. If this does not
provide satisfactory results, use a gentle soap solution.
Clean cloth seat covers and fabric trim on the doors and headliners with a
special interior cleaner, or with dry foam and a soft brush.
Clean leather with a soft cotton cloth using a small amount of water. Stubborn
dirt or stains can be removed using a mild soap solution. Do not let the water soak
through the leather or into the seams. Dry leather seats using a dry and soft
Leather should be cleaned and conditioned every six months to ensure it does
not crack or deteriorate.
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