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Old 06-07-2024, 07:47 PM   #1
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Default Roadtrek 2017 SS Agile - Upholstery Care

I recenly purchased a 2017 Roadtrek SS Agile.
The pilot seats AND king size bed set-up are very impressive.

Has anyone seen seat/upholstery care instructions? These have just a bit of "grungyness" probably from lack of use. I want to be careful as these look like leather components.

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Old 06-16-2024, 06:07 PM   #2
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If the upholstery is original Roadtrek, it is not real leather. Our Agile's seat covers have deteriorated badly in the last couple years. They have begun to flake and expose their baking material in many locations (see image).

We are the original owners and did not receive any specific care instructions but have never used any cleaner other than mild soap and water. We will likely need to reupholster or possibly replace the front seats in the near future.
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Old 06-17-2024, 01:15 PM   #3
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Default Dingy Upholstery

Hello. We bought our 2016 Adventrous CS new with the two tone upholstery (cream and grey). The cream sections looked dingy from new, and they did not ever clean up for me. I can also comment with this thread that the front seat coverings began to flake off a few years ago. We looked at aftermarket seats as the original fronts are not very comfortable and decided to pass mainly due to cost (and we thought they were not much better). I can dig up that seat info if you want. Covering the front seats may have helped, but we did add some expensive gel pad cushions on the passenger side and that set is also beginning to flake off.
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