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Camel interior

For those of you that have the leather camel interior, how do like it? Is it easy to keep clean, or have you found that it shows dirt from everyday use. I have black in mine, but I am looking at a truck that has the camel and I like the way it looks just concerned about the upkeep compared to the black. Thanks in advance for any imput.

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Easy to keep up in my opinion. I live on a filthy horse ranch too, and I spend a load of time out in the sand dunes, beaches, etc.

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It is obviously going to show more than a black interior but ive yet to meet a stain that wont come off any camel surface in my truck. I do asphalt paving for a living so I get in and out with tar on me all the time and I dont have any issues. If you get some bug and tar remover it will take literally anything off the plastic surfaces with minimal effort and a good leather cleaner will take anything the seats and steering wheel with no problem. Ive had black interiors before and to me it took a lot more effort to keep all the dust off the black than it does the dirt off the camel. Hope this helps.
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