With the outside complete, it was time to focus our attention on the interior. This car has leather seats and door panels and a painted dash. Not shown in the photos was the painted dash that was treated the same as the exterior and the carpet was vacuumed. Remember when working with leather that it was once a living thing and needs to be cleaned and conditioned the right way to make it last. We really like the Survivor Leather Cleaner because it is pH-balanced for leather, allowing for the most efficient cleaning without damaging it. Before cleaning the entire seat, test an inconspicuous area just in case it removes the dye on your leather. It probably won’t, but its better to be safe than sorry.