If you find the information in the owner's manual, please let me know because I could find nothing. I called the service department at our dealership a couple of times to get information so that we could detail/protect our car ourselves and got no help whatsoever.I admit I have not pored through the owners guide yet.
The question is: how to protect and preserve that beautiful wood trim inlay on the doors and dash? I feel the urge to treat it with some sort of protectant.
The problem for us is that we wanted to know what products could be used that would not change the original appearance of the materials used to build the car. For example, protecting the dash with a product that would not give it a "shiny" appearance or protecting the wood without the risk of changing the color, etc.Hmmm? one would think others have the question as well. I will dig some more.
What's a little frustrating is that the information shouldn't be that difficult to get, yet the dealerships don't seem to have it. Our customer service rep even tried to get suggestions/information from Dearborn with no success.yes, I questioned this as well. My wood has always been sealed. I actually asked my dealer's detail department as few weeks ago and still waiting to hear...