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Old 04-05-2003, 04:14   #1 (permalink)
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I was wondering what is the best product to clean/protect leather seats. I have a new leather interior and would like to keep it looking that way.
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I used to use a product called GY leather dressing, but that was on a saddle. Good stuff though. Check out some horsey places.
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Perhaps a car detailing place will be able to give it a good once over with some fancy stuff. Was considering this myself for my leather as it's been sweated on a bit recently. For the amount of times that you'd use it, it may be more cost effective too????
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Believe it or not, use the leather cleaner sold at Moran leather furniture stores. You can get it elsewhere.

Used it on my EB, and did a great job.

Just remember, the trick is to clean leather as seldomly as possible. A wipe down with a wet rag is enough most of the time. A full clean every 2 years, followed by a leather treatment, is all thats required. You will be amazed at the colour change when you first clean it.

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A wipe down with a wet rag is enough most of the time. A full clean every 2 years, followed by a leather treatment, is all thats required. You will be amazed at the colour change when you first clean it.

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I was reading somewhere, it may have been in the EL Factory Service book that it is actually bad for the leather to clean it with water?!?

I will try and dig it up again and post it...
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i use mothers leather conditioner, its awesome
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i use mothers leather conditioner, its awesome
My Father uses this aswell. Very Good...
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