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What's the best way to keep the wood trim clean and conditioned? I was hoping that Jaguar offered a cleaner/polish for wood like they do for the leather, but I haven't been able to locate anything. Should I just treat this like I would any other piece of wood furniture, i.e. with Bona wood cleaner or the like? Since I have the satin burl ash, I don't want to do anything that would clog the open pores, so I'm thinking some things like orange oil might not be a good idea. On the other hand, I don't want the wood to dry out and develop cracks or splits over time.

Anyone who has owned other Jags with natural wood trim for a while have any insight on this?

(Cross posted from the "other" F-PACE forum)
 

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I know the woods are described as walnut ebony or whatever but are they truly wood?? If they are and have a surface lacquer no amount of timber oil or wax will help them. I had the Ebony but assumed it was plastic like laminate flooring....for long term stability. Since the low level plastics are cheap I assume the veneer is also cheap alternative.
 

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Yes, the wood ones are real wood, not sure about piano black though...

I have had American Walnut trim on my XKR for 8 years and only wiped with damp cloth..

No need for any special wood cleaning/finishing products...
 
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