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Old 06-26-2014, 10:35 PM   #1
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Question Best Leather care?

Best to keep leather in good shape? Heard Lexol was one of the best. Also heard it was sticky to the touch etc.
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I use the Megs cleaner/conditioner. Wipe on,wipe off.
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That's the one I use as well. Leaves the leather nice and smooth


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I just used my new bottle of 303 Aerospace on the leather in one of my other cars. Worked great, seats look good, non-greasy, non-sticky, soft and comfortable. Anyone else using it on their seats? I never heard of it until I joined the forum, so I can't be the only one. It seemed like everyone out here was bragging it up.
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Try Zainos. Conditions and smells like new leather. Smell lasts for 2 weeks.


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I use Lexol cleaner and conditioner, it's not sticky to the touch in my opinion
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reminds me of saddle soap plus the same kinda feeling of deodorant on ur hands. works good its a conditioner to keep it from cracking i used it but didnt stand a chance against my punishment.
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I too use Lexol cleaner then conditioner.

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