Submitted by timrobert.nyc on Sun, 2018-07-08 19:38
I just got a Model S and took my wife and daughter to the beach this weekend. Unfortunately we got a lot of sunscreen residue on the seats from sitting on them when coming back from the beach.
I found a Model S manual online, and it instructs cleaning of "polyurethane" seats (I'm assuming this is the synthetic leather) this way: "Wipe spills as soon as possible using a soft cloth moistened with warm water and non- detergent soap. Wipe gently in a circular motion. After cleaning, allow the seats to air dry."
Does anyone have a recommendation of the type of soap to use for this purpose? I haven't tried anything yet, but since our sunscreen is zinc-based, I'm thinking it may not be easy to remove the residue.