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For the clothe seats, anyone recommend anything or is Scotchgard the best stuff out there or should I just not worry about it. Think dealer wanted $600 for the stuff but I said no to all their crap.

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Another option is Gyeon Fabric Coat. It's a quartz coating for fabrics. Here's a comparison test from Auto Express.

http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/accessories-tyres/93312/best-fabric-protectors-for-your-car-2016
Thanks for this article! Looks like it's been updated to 2017 when I click on it, too. Please, has anyone used this Gyeon Fabric Coat -- specifically on your grey interior CR-V seats yet? And on all the types of fabric, including the arm rests on the doors? I've just GOT to protect this fabric. Even water bottles leave stains on both seat bottoms and the arm rests! :(
 

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Thanks for this article! Looks like it's been updated to 2017 when I click on it, too. Please, has anyone used this Gyeon Fabric Coat -- specifically on your grey interior CR-V seats yet? And on all the types of fabric, including the arm rests on the doors? I've just GOT to protect this fabric. Even water bottles leave stains on both seat bottoms and the arm rests! :(
Haven't used fabric coat, but the leather coat works great. I also use Cure on the paint as a drying aid after a car wash and it adds a bit of ceramic back to the coating.

Only negative is the price and only a few sellers.

https://youtu.be/95nwJXXuy8I


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