I get that any stains will show more on a light material vs dark. I ordered prestige so will be getting the microfiber headliner. I saw one picture of a light headliner that was caked in swirl marks, and I’m pretty sure that will bother me. So regarding the swirls, are they more apparent with the lighter or darker microfiber?@Djames210:
So, if you go Prestige Package, you'll get the premium cloth microfiber headliner in one of two colors, light or dark:
* If you chose the Black or Gray (almost white) Nappa Leather Seat options, the premium cloth microfiber headliner will be the light color.
* If you go Dune Brown Nappa Leather seats, the premium cloth microfiber headliner will be dark dark gray.
The nature of the material will make it have variations in catching the light depending on how the microfiber lays, which will shift depending on if you run the backs of your hands against it:
I'm pretty sure you've seen a sheet of suede or Alcantara or lens-cloth before. IT's not going to have a perfect fiber laying in the same direction look if you're really OCD about the fibers catching light. If you don't like the look of that, I don't know what to say.
I meant "clean" as in clean, like free of obvious high-contrast stains e.g. a white t-shirt will show chocolate stains and blood stains with a higher contrast than a black t-shirt. I've seen what dark colored stains on a light-colored headliner look like because of my niece and nephew "finger painting" on my former Lexus' light cloth headliner with dirty fingers and the resulting stains and streaks from whatever they touched really bugged me and messed with my visual OCD.
The darker headliner would hide most dark-colored stains better is all I'm saying.
If you don't go Prestige, you won't get that premium cloth microfiber material and I can't speak to that because I haven't experienced it... yet