Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class: Cleaning the plastic trim - Interior care - Care - Maintenance and care - Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class Owner's ManualMercedes-Benz GLK-Class: Cleaning the plastic trim

WARNING WARNING

When cleaning the steering wheel boss and dashboard, do not use cockpit sprays or cleaning agents containing solvents. Cleaning agents containing solvents cause the surface to become porous, and as a result, plastic parts may break away and be thrown around the interior when an air bag is deployed, which may result in severe injuries.

Do not affix the following to plastic surfaces:

  • stickers
  • films
  • scented oil bottles or similar items

You can otherwise damage the plastic.

with the plastic trim. This maintains the high-quality look of the surfaces. Do not allow cosmetics, insect repellent or sunscreen to come into contact with the plastic trim. This maintains the high-quality look of the surfaces.

  • Wipe the plastic trim with a damp, lint-free cloth, e.g. a microfiber cloth.
  • Heavy soiling: use car care and cleaning products recommended and approved by Mercedes-Benz.

The surface may change color temporarily. Wait until the surface is dry again.

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