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Old 01-06-2019, 12:10 PM
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Rod,

Does your E450 have black plastic front center console? If so, how do you keep it clean and unscratched.
Mine is a magnet for dust, tiny droplets (from soda spray, etc), fingerprints, scratches, etc.

From one OCDer to the next...thank you!
Thankfully, I chose the Natural Brown Ash center console. I once had the piano black console and it drove my OCD into hyper-drive, which I couldn't turn off. I had to wipe it with a micro fiber cloth every day and that lead to micro scratches which further exasperated things. I don't like the buttons in the center console as they're too shiny as is the Comand track pad. So I still have a micro fiber cloth in my under arm storage compartment.

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Me: Hello, my name is Rod and I am utterly, totally, OCD
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OK, you get the idea. Yes, I freely admit I love this car and I freely admit I'm OCD. I can't be alone in my OCDism?
One thing I do which is uncommon is I am very fussy about parking spaces and always take the time to find one large enough to avoid my car getting dinged.
In my country, most spaces are so tiny that an E will only have 12 to 18 inches gap between it and the neighboring cars. It's ding city...
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Originally Posted by mister__p View Post
One thing I do which is uncommon is I am very fussy about parking spaces and always take the time to find one large enough to avoid my car getting dinged.
In my country, most spaces are so tiny that an E will only have 12 to 18 inches gap between it and the neighboring cars. It's ding city...
I'm definitely with you on this as well. I don't mind walking further as long as my car is parked in a spot less likely to be dinged. Another OCD'ism is I NEVER let anyone valet my car. There's one exception and that's at one my doctor's offices. You are not allowed to part the car yourself at their offices. But I have successfully ensured my car was parked within view of where I dropped it off.
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1. Every single time I exit the vehicle and lock it, I check the front long-distance RADAR cover for dirt or damage to ensure that Distronic works as expected.
2. I always park a degree and a few fractions clockwise, and to the left, as a) there is always going to be a driver, but not always a passenger, so park closer to less-likely used door, and b) by parking at a slight angle, you increase distance to the other driver's door.
3. I always stop completely a few feet from the final parking position, and the lightly tap the throttle to pull in place. I hardly ever approach the final parking position in one go.
4. Dash cams in all our cars. See new posting in W213 picture thread.
5. Always wait for proper operating temperature prior to even moderate acceleration.
6. Even though I can lock the car from the trunk, I always lock it from the driver's side door.
7. At any store I visit frequently, I always park in the exact same row, facing the same direction. That way I never forget where the car is.
8. When I do visit an automated car wash, I always stop the car after the exit, circle the car twice, once in each direction, to check for any damage from the wash system.
9. I always close the front cup holder cover when I exit the car to ensure even fade of the wood trim surfaces.
10. I almost always lock the car, even if I'm only out of it for a minute. Always lock in the garage.

I'm sure I'll think of more, but that's a start!
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1. Every single time I exit the vehicle and lock it, I check the front long-distance RADAR cover for dirt or damage to ensure that Distronic works as expected.
2. I always park a degree and a few fractions clockwise, and to the left, as a) there is always going to be a driver, but not always a passenger, so park closer to less-likely used door, and b) by parking at a slight angle, you increase distance to the other driver's door.
3. I always stop completely a few feet from the final parking position, and the lightly tap the throttle to pull in place. I hardly ever approach the final parking position in one go.
4. Dash cams in all our cars. See new posting in W213 picture thread.
5. Always wait for proper operating temperature prior to even moderate acceleration.
6. Even though I can lock the car from the trunk, I always lock it from the driver's side door.
7. At any store I visit frequently, I always park in the exact same row, facing the same direction. That way I never forget where the car is.
8. When I do visit an automated car wash, I always stop the car after the exit, circle the car twice, once in each direction, to check for any damage from the wash system.
9. I always close the front cup holder cover when I exit the car to ensure even fade of the wood trim surfaces.
10. I almost always lock the car, even if I'm only out of it for a minute. Always lock in the garage.

I'm sure I'll think of more, but that's a start!
1. Anxiety when the kids ride in the car as they are at that age they will touch, scratch, press and pull everything they can reach.
- my 2.5 yr old was scraping his nails on the open pore black ash trim at the back just last month because "it felt nice". His car seat has since been moved to back-center where he can no longer reach any doors.
2. Double lock the car using the remote but still pull on a door handle to check it's locked before i walk away
3. Turn display brightness to low to avoid burn in
4. Turn multi-led brightness to 18% to avoid burn out.
5. Add extra layer of self cut high quality carpet to interior/boot
6. No smelly/dirty people allowed in my car
7. Food and drink consumption inside the car is banned
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What's really tough is parking the car in the garage with all 4 tire valve stems in the same exact position.
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What's really tough is parking the car in the garage with all 4 tire valve stems in the same exact position.
I'm pretty sure some people just lift the car up and line them up with a laser sight...
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My annoyances:

1. My kids who seem to go out of their way to get dirt from their shoes on the side of the doors or the plastic on the right side of the floor mats when they get in or out of the car!

2. Spit dots on the dual LCD display (sounds gross but letís face it... all humans do this when we speak, whether we think we do or not.

3. Little crumbs or dirt or lint in the teenie, tiny holes on the ventilated seats... damn theyíre hard to clean.

3. Unless my dog was in a dire health emergency, no way my golden retriever will ever set foot or paw in my car (especially claw marks in my baby-butt soft Nappa leather).... however, the amount of dog hair that still finds its way into my car is nothing short of amazing! Particularly clings to the plastic at the bottom of the doors and next to the floor mats.

4. The dirty rain spots that really only seem to be noticeable at the ledge at the bottom of the trunk lid. To me they really stand out there.

5. How much water drips into the car if I happen to need to open my window when itís raining. Now... I fully understand that a rag top is always a compromise. I had a convertible about 25 years ago and it did the same thing. I get that there just arenít the number of channels for water to be diverted, add to that the windows that are ďnakedĒ and have no door frame around 75% of them. But more than a very light rain and just opening the door or window and Iíll get a little stream of water that lands right in the seat leather or the arm rest leather. Then I go into pseudo-panic mode trying to wipe it off before the water damages it.

6. People touching my display like itís a touch screen. ARRGGHH. Fingerprints , fingerprints. Itís not a touchscreen!!!!

7. Wish I could disable the volume ďknobĒ thatís in the center console. Donít get me wrong... I love it! Itís just that my wife does, too and she is constantly adjusting the volume of stuff. Slapping her hand usually doesnít go over well :-). I know itís not a cosmetic OCD thing, but still annoying :-)

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Originally Posted by mister__p View Post
One thing I do which is uncommon is I am very fussy about parking spaces and always take the time to find one large enough to avoid my car getting dinged.
In my country, most spaces are so tiny that an E will only have 12 to 18 inches gap between it and the neighboring cars. It's ding city...
same here! My favorite spot is against an island on the right side. Use the 360 camera in left/right mode to get my right tires 6Ē or so from the curb so there is the maximum amount of room between the left side of my car and the right side of the car to the left. Of course, inevitably, someone will see a huge space there and still do a crappy job of parking next to me 😡
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Originally Posted by rbrylaw View Post
I'm definitely with you on this as well. I don't mind walking further as long as my car is parked in a spot less likely to be dinged. Another OCD'ism is I NEVER let anyone valet my car. There's one exception and that's at one my doctor's offices. You are not allowed to part the car yourself at their offices. But I have successfully ensured my car was parked within view of where I dropped it off.
I donít like valet either but youíre right, sometimes you donít have a choice. Just went to a hotel with my wife this last weekend and there was only valet parking. Did turn on soy mode thought... told me when the car was started and stopped and set a tattle-tale geofence to prevent a ďFerris BeullerĒ event from happening
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Originally Posted by mister__p View Post
1. Anxiety when the kids ride in the car as they are at that age they will touch, scratch, press and pull everything they can reach.
- my 2.5 yr old was scraping his nails on the open pore black ash trim at the back just last month because "it felt nice". His car seat has since been moved to back-center where he can no longer reach any doors.
2. Double lock the car using the remote but still pull on a door handle to check it's locked before i walk away
3. Turn display brightness to low to avoid burn in
4. Turn multi-led brightness to 18% to avoid burn out.
5. Add extra layer of self cut high quality carpet to interior/boot
6. No smelly/dirty people allowed in my car
7. Food and drink consumption inside the car is banned
Love it Love it!!

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What's really tough is parking the car in the garage with all 4 tire valve stems in the same exact position.
Now, that's funny!!

Originally Posted by guhvies View Post
I'm pretty sure some people just lift the car up and line them up with a laser sight...
I do, don't you???

Originally Posted by sackboydad View Post
E450 Cab all black Nappa leather with black ash wood.

My annoyances:

1. My kids who seem to go out of their way to get dirt from their shoes on the side of the doors or the plastic on the right side of the floor mats when they get in or out of the car!

2. Spit dots on the dual LCD display (sounds gross but let’s face it... all humans do this when we speak, whether we think we do or not.

3. Little crumbs or dirt or lint in the teenie, tiny holes on the ventilated seats... damn they’re hard to clean.

3. Unless my dog was in a dire health emergency, no way my golden retriever will ever set foot or paw in my car (especially claw marks in my baby-butt soft Nappa leather).... however, the amount of dog hair that still finds its way into my car is nothing short of amazing! Particularly clings to the plastic at the bottom of the doors and next to the floor mats.

4. The dirty rain spots that really only seem to be noticeable at the ledge at the bottom of the trunk lid. To me they really stand out there.

5. How much water drips into the car if I happen to need to open my window when it’s raining. Now... I fully understand that a rag top is always a compromise. I had a convertible about 25 years ago and it did the same thing. I get that there just aren’t the number of channels for water to be diverted, add to that the windows that are “naked” and have no door frame around 75% of them. But more than a very light rain and just opening the door or window and I’ll get a little stream of water that lands right in the seat leather or the arm rest leather. Then I go into pseudo-panic mode trying to wipe it off before the water damages it.

6. People touching my display like it’s a touch screen. ARRGGHH. Fingerprints , fingerprints. It’s not a touchscreen!!!!

7. Wish I could disable the volume “knob” that’s in the center console. Don’t get me wrong... I love it! It’s just that my wife does, too and she is constantly adjusting the volume of stuff. Slapping her hand usually doesn’t go over well :-). I know it’s not a cosmetic OCD thing, but still annoying :-)
Love #6 and can so relate to it!!!

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same here! My favorite spot is against an island on the right side. Use the 360 camera in left/right mode to get my right tires 6” or so from the curb so there is the maximum amount of room between the left side of my car and the right side of the car to the left. Of course, inevitably, someone will see a huge space there and still do a crappy job of parking next to me ��
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I don’t like valet either but you’re right, sometimes you don’t have a choice. Just went to a hotel with my wife this last weekend and there was only valet parking. Did turn on soy mode thought... told me when the car was started and stopped and set a tattle-tale geofence to prevent a “Ferris Beuller” event from happening
So comforting to know I have family in the OCD Club. Yes, it is!!
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My list of of "NOT ALLOWED" would probably take about two pages. But for starters, living in South Florida, the weather plays havoc after you clean your lovely Black car. The color by itself attracts hair line "issues" which i take care. Dealers are not allowed to wash my car when it is in for service. The driver's door chrome trim and jam MB plate are covered prior to service to prevent scratches by dealer personnel. The center console trim panel(s) are covered as well. My wife knows how to close the door(s) without leaving fingerprints (LOL).

I do all car washing preferably when needed and use mostly Maguiar, 3M and Turtle Wax (Black Wax) products. Found them to be the best over the years. I wish dealer would train their make ready crew better. They tend to use broom sticks as tools to clean your cars. It drives me crazy and car washes. NEVER.


Finally, a car is just a car. I have leased MB's since 2004 totaling about 10+- cars and I always strive to keep them in immaculate conditions. And like my salesperson would say to me: you turn them in better than new. Well, that is the way I am. Not OCD, I just want to ride in a clean car whenever possible. The first few hairlines are the ones that hurt a bit, but like my wife says: "Get over it. it is only a car"…... Enjoy the day, you never know when your clock stops ticking….
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My list of of "NOT ALLOWED" would probably take about two pages. But for starters, living in South Florida, the weather plays havoc after you clean your lovely Black car. The color by itself attracts hair line "issues" which i take care. Dealers are not allowed to wash my car when it is in for service. The driver's door chrome trim and jam MB plate are covered prior to service to prevent scratches by dealer personnel. The center console trim panel(s) are covered as well. My wife knows how to close the door(s) without leaving fingerprints (LOL).

I do all car washing preferably when needed and use mostly Maguiar, 3M and Turtle Wax (Black Wax) products. Found them to be the best over the years. I wish dealer would train their make ready crew better. They tend to use broom sticks as tools to clean your cars. It drives me crazy and car washes. NEVER.


Finally, a car is just a car. I have leased MB's since 2004 totaling about 10+- cars and I always strive to keep them in immaculate conditions. And like my salesperson would say to me: you turn them in better than new. Well, that is the way I am. Not OCD, I just want to ride in a clean car whenever possible. The first few hairlines are the ones that hurt a bit, but like my wife says: "Get over it. it is only a car"Ö... Enjoy the day, you never know when your clock stops tickingÖ.
You can try to escape being called OCD, but you my friend are OCD, just like many of us who strive to keep our cars clean and showroom shiny new. There is no escape!
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I have leased MB's since 2004 totaling about 10+- cars
Wow, that's a lot of car wrecks, you a demolition derby driver by chance?




(J/K, of course I know what you meant )

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You can try to escape being called OCD, but you my friend are OCD, just like many of us who strive to keep our cars clean and showroom shiny new. There is no escape!
"OCD" is used far too loosely these days and used to label people who are in fact perfectionists who like their space to be kept well even down to details others might not even notice. I do wonder how many people here really are OCD or just perfectionists. If you look up the definition of OCD and the symptoms, it's really quite frightening especially when it's at the extreme.
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"OCD" is used far too loosely these days and used to label people who are in fact perfectionists who like their space to be kept well even down to details others might not even notice. I do wonder how many people here really are OCD or just perfectionists. If you look up the definition of OCD and the symptoms, it's really quite frightening especially when it's at the extreme.
I'm sure that's quite true. I am more a perfectionist than true OCD. For the OP however, I chose OCD in more of a jesting kind of way.
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I have to hold my hand up here too.

I notice pretty much every imperfection and obsess over all the "little" things.

I don't have enough time to list everything but the highlights include:
  • Regular car wash (at home by me) - even in the winter cold.
  • Inside of the car is immaculate - strictly no food or drink allowed.
  • Even items placed in the boot/trunk must be relatively clean in order to keep it clean (this might be the most crazy thing).
  • All marks/spots/blemishes/fingerprints/etc inside or out must be removed as soon as possible.
  • Always try to leave as much space around the car as possible when parking.
  • I have a Nest cam pointed at the car where it is parked at home, so that I can keep an eye on it.
  • Fuel is usually refiled before reaching the halfway mark.
  • The centre console hatch (cup holders/wireless charging area) is always kept closed when I'm not in the car.
  • Besides my wife and authorised Mercedes-Benz personnel, nobody drives my car.
  • No personal items are left on display inside the vehicle
  • I even rest my car keys a certain way, where they are kept in my house.
Sadly my car already has a few stone chips (thanks British motorways!) so I'm trying to not look too closely for the sake of my mental health. I know it's a car whose purpose is to be used outdoors in a variety of conditions, but it's so beautiful and I want to keep it that way.

sackboydad my coupe has the same problem, in terms of dripping on my drivers seat when I open the door and the car is wet. I also confess to getting quite upset if somebody puts a finger on the display(s). They get shouted when a pointed finger gets close.

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sackboydad my coupe has the same problem, in terms of dripping on my drivers seat when I open the door and the car is wet. I also confess to getting quite upset if somebody puts a finger on the display(s). They get shouted when a pointed finger gets close.
Ahhh! It must be the no frame around the windows. The good news is, even though I try to get any water drips off, Iím 100% sure some misses my attention. Iíve not seen any problems. Even though itís really nice leather Iím sure itís designed to handle little things like that.
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I have to hold my hand up here too.

I notice pretty much every imperfection and obsess over all the "little" things.

I don't have enough time to list everything but the highlights include:
  • Regular car wash (at home by me) - even in the winter cold.
  • Inside of the car is immaculate - strictly no food or drink allowed.
  • Even items placed in the boot/trunk must be relatively clean in order to keep it clean (this might be the most crazy thing).
  • All marks/spots/blemishes/fingerprints/etc inside or out must be removed as soon as possible.
  • Always try to leave as much space around the car as possible when parking.
  • I have a Nest cam pointed at the car where it is parked at home, so that I can keep an eye on it.
  • Fuel is usually refiled before reaching the halfway mark.
  • The centre console hatch (cup holders/wireless charging area) is always kept closed when I'm not in the car.
  • Besides my wife and authorised Mercedes-Benz personnel, nobody drives my car.
  • No personal items are left on display inside the vehicle
  • I even rest my car keys a certain way, where they are kept in my house.
Sadly my car already has a few stone chips (thanks British motorways!) so I'm trying to not look too closely for the sake of my mental health. I know it's a car whose purpose is to be used outdoors in a variety of conditions, but it's so beautiful and I want to keep it that way.

sackboydad my coupe has the same problem, in terms of dripping on my drivers seat when I open the door and the car is wet. I also confess to getting quite upset if somebody puts a finger on the display(s). They get shouted when a pointed finger gets close.
Stephos: I belong to the OCD Club with Rod
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Welcome to the team, my friend!
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Ahhh! It must be the no frame around the windows. The good news is, even though I try to get any water drips off, Iím 100% sure some misses my attention. Iíve not seen any problems. Even though itís really nice leather Iím sure itís designed to handle little things like that.
I don't think a few drops of water will do any harm to your leather seats. Cows got rained on a lot, naturally!
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You: I am also a member of Rod's OCD Club
Me: Nice to meet you superangrypenguin (someday you'll have to tell us where your screen name came from?)
ROFLMAO. Here's a hint. Go to UrbanDictionary, and enter in "Angry Penguin", then think about that for a sec (sorry) and add the word "super" in front of it.

No wonder I'm mad all the time, eh?!

ROFLMAO. NSFW btw.
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ROFLMAO. Here's a hint. Go to UrbanDictionary, and enter in "Angry Penguin", then think about that for a sec (sorry) and add the word "super" in front of it.

No wonder I'm mad all the time, eh?!

ROFLMAO. NSFW btw.
Oh my goo_ness!! I looked it up. Once seen and an image placed in one's head, it can't be unseen! LMAO
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Oh my goo_ness!! I looked it up. Once seen and an image placed in one's head, it can't be unseen! LMAO

Yeah...............

Sorry about that. LOL. Truth be told this guy came to mind when I came up with the screen name. Someone pointed it out to me after the fact, and it's stuck with me.

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Thanks Rod. I'm just relieved to know there are others like me out there!
Me too. Closets are for clothes!!!!
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