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Old 04-17-2014, 10:08 PM   #1
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Leather Care

What do you guys use to keep the leather good? I used the armor-all leather wipes on my old car but now with my new one Im looking for another option.
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What do you guys use to keep the leather good? I used the armor-all leather wipes on my old car but now with my new one Im looking for another option.
Meguiar's leather cleaner and conditioner all in one. Its a cream that goes on an applicator. Lexol leather conditioner is also real good!
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Chemical Guys leather cleaner and conditioner. Non greasy, dry to the touch, no buffing really needed.
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Lexol Cleaner & Lexol Conditioner. Restored my neglected steering wheel and keeps the seats like new.
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I used some armor all cream but I didn't like it and it smelled like cocoa butter
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I worked at a very busy car wash when I was 16. We used Lexol but now I am a big fan of Detail Doc.
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Chemical Guys leather cleaner and conditioner. Non greasy, dry to the touch, no buffing really needed.

I agree. Check out chemical guys, they have amazing products
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