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Old 08-22-2006, 08:38   #1 (permalink)
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LEATHER CLEANER: whats the best?

Hello People,

Whats in your opinion the best leather cleaner?
What leather cleaner are you using?

I am looking for nice leather cleaner that will clean good, will NOT leave oily shiny look.

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Re: LEATHER CLEANER: whats the best?

Maguiars car cleaning products are the best on the market, try them.
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see Tips from eHow users on How to Clean Leather - eHow.com and Legendary Auto Interiors and ConsumerReports.org - Detailing your car's interior 12/05 and How to Clean Leather. Family, free articles, articles, authors, credit reporting, free reports. One of the first fabrics that man fashioned to wear or use, leather has been a popular material from its beginnings. Leather is a beautiful, longwearing, breathable, natural fabric that has multiple uses, i.e., clothing, shoes, furniture, luggage, and vehicle interiors ...
http://www.hsvforum.com.au/forums/sh...?t=1672&page=2

but in any event go to a equestrian (horse riding gear) supplier or saddlery and get a mild leather/saddle soap and leather conditioner.

eg Leatherique - leather care, leather renovation - Rejuvenator Oil, Prestine Clean, Crack Filler, Custom Colour Dye and Joseph Lyddy - Products For Saddle & Harness Care , Australia and Saddle Soap

and note" Modern leather upholstery is protected with a thin vinyl coating, whereas classic leather interiors are not. Do not use a product designed for uncoated leather on a coated leather finish, as it may quickly ruin the protective coating."
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