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      01-09-2013, 11:58 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by MrT-Man View Post
Thanks for the feedback -- I mean I'll either end up having to clean the leather (if I go oyster) or otherwise the carpet, doors & seatbacks (if I go beige leatherette) so I suppose it comes down to what I want to spend my time cleaning...

From what I've read it certainly seems like the oyster gets dirty easily, but I get the impression that the stains shouldn't be too hard to get rid of, as long as I don't let it sit, & use the right cleaning products (& ban grape juice from the car!).
You might want to consider banning eating and drinking in the car anyway, especially a moving car - I've read about and seen photos of injuries to kids from loose objects that become projectiles, even a child partially scalped by his sippy cup

Kids do come with messes though