Genuine leather requires specific care and specialty products. Since car leather is usually smooth, it is somewhat easier to care for than suede, for example. However, when cleaning and caring for leather car seats, it is important to use the right products and follow the right routine. Less is more when it comes to a car leather seat cleaner.
A new car usually comes with freshly treated leather seats, so for quite a while you only need to clean the leather in the car once a year and then seal it again with a care product. With older leather, you can clean and care for it twice a year. Light-colored leather is an exception, however. Since dark clothing and other items are more likely to leave marks on it, it is worth cleaning this car leather about every three months. The easiest way is to combine leather care with an all-around cleaning of your car.