When buying a new car, everything is in pristine condition. There is no mess to stress you out or worry about. However, over time, it appears that the fabric and surfaces have worn away. Lots of tiny fibers get flattened by constant use, and the sweat and grease off the driver’s hands deteriorate surfaces. The exterior will develop heavy scratches, swirls or marring of the paint from excessive buildup of surface contaminants. In time, the plastic exterior of the vehicle will turn yellow and the rubber seals will dry out. As a result of UV rays, the dash, door panels, center console and rear lid area will fade, crack and peel. On top of that, if the leather seats aren’t treated, they’ll dry out and get ruined.