Re: Brown interior scuffs rather easy
Funny I was just googling this topic this morning and the magic eraser came up as well... I know what I will be doing his evening. The fact that the finish on the seat back panels is a really fine matte pebble finish makes it worse because you cannot buff the scratch out with polish. I tried that first and ended up with a slightly glossy spot; at least it's down low where it hard to notice.
As far as the interiors of these 2014's, they sure look nice right off the showroom but the plastics on the door panels and especially the backs of the seats are really prone to scratching. I've never had a vehicle where the interior panels scratch and scuff so readily as this one; I have more scuffs in 4 months than my previous two vehicles had in 10 years of ownership, and I'm not hauling bales of barbed wire in it or anything...
Did the 2011-13's use more durable plastics?
The bling wagon: 2014 Grand Cherokee Limited, 5.7, RA4, Lux2, OA2 sporting LTX A/Ts
The mileage slave: 2010 Jetta Sportwagen TDI