Leather looks fantastic, but it may be difficult to keep it in a good state. It’s going to end up being ugly, scratched seats if you don’t take good care of your leather, which will make you feel embarrassed when you take it out publicly or give your friends a drive.
There are many explanations why leather seats would crack, but direct sunlight and the moisture loss that comes with it is the main factor behind the majority of cracked seats. Sunlight can adversely affect them in a rush, whether it is the leather of the seats, steering wheels, dashboards or other surfaces, and this in turn makes them more vulnerable to other potentially harmful factors.
Next, body oil and dirt collect on the surface of the leather. This is because those things act like sandpaper and breaking down the protective layer and lead to visible cracks on the surface. Once the protective layer is broken down, the leather underneath, which is incredibly porous, soaks up the dirt and oil sitting on its surface causing further abrasion and damage.