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Conditioner/cleaner recommendation for leather seats?

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Oct 6, 2007
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Conditioner/cleaner recommendation for leather seats?

Without my sifting through the massive detailing thread, does anyone have a recommendation for a good cleaner/conditioner regimen for leather seats? They're in excellent shape right now and I'd like to keep them that way. I'm open to a 1 step or 2 step process. TIA.
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Leather Master Car Interior Leather Protection Cream
Deal Guru
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Lexol is a popular one that's good. 2 step process.
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First you need to determine what kind of leather surface is it. Majority of cars use pigmented leather and really doesn't require anything but a moist cloth to clean and usually the more expensive the car the better the leather and then you get into semi-aniline and full-aniline. Pigmented leather to me is more like a glorified vinyl surface lol.
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If you want something really good,
Leather Cleaner: https://carzilla.ca/collections/brand-g ... lean-500ml
Leather Protection: https://carzilla.ca/collections/brand-g ... uard-100ml

If you want something thats not bad but smells good, This is the ONLY Chemical Guys product I will use as majority of their products are usable at best.
Leather Cleaner/Protection: https://carzilla.ca/collections/brand-c ... r-aio-16oz
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Nov 28, 2020
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Talamasca wrote: Lexol is a popular one that's good. 2 step process.
+1 on Lexol. I've always had good results for cleaning and conditioning.
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Really good? Leatherique.

All you really need? 50/50 Woolite, water mix.

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