While it is not really irritating me, I would rather NOT have any squeaking in my car if possible. It usually happens when I am turning, going through humps/speed bumps unevenly, and when accelerating.
There are lots of experience people share to help others selflessly. If I can tap that (wherever it is) then I will. FYI, I bought leather to minimize allergens because my daughter has asthma. Seat covers (your suggestion) is not an option. I am poor and this is my first leather car (bought used) so I don't know how to properly care for it and and don't want to experiment on it either.
No joke, Mark. I used Vaseline on the upholstery of my old creaking Mercedes, and it kept the leather from cracking like most others of the same age eventually did. Must remember to buff it off though, if you care about how your clothes look.
>>Listen, if you don't like my suggestion, that is ok by me. I'm just saying, if to pieces of leather are touching each other, and someone suggests putting something in there so they don't touch... it's hard for me to see that as "selfless" help.
But congrats on your new car, sounds pretty sweet w/ leather seats and all. Is it a late 80s BMW? <<
You will be amazed that using one product or item is not the same as using another. Simple as it may seem, getting the right information (dryer sheet in this case) is priceless to someone who is clueless.
I would love to get a BMW but I got a 2007 Camry instead. Initial cost + maintenance or cost of ownership (including gas) is the deciding factor.