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Old 03-10-2013, 07:01 PM   #1
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Best product for leather treatment?

Anyone have recommendations on leather treatment products? So far I've only used a damp cloth, but I'm assuming there are good leather conditioners to use on my seats.


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Old 03-10-2013, 08:35 PM   #2
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From what I understand... this is one of the traditional products... any other detail gurus have any input?

http://www.lexol.com/Category_leather.aspx
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Anyone have recommendations on leather treatment products? So far I've only used a damp cloth, but I'm assuming there are good leather conditioners to use on my seats.

I would use 303 products they make a great cleaner and protectant with the stlye of leather in the STs and regular foci you dont want to use a cream conditioner it will look greasy and attract dust.l
http://www.autogeek.net/16oz.html
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From what I understand... this is one of the traditional products... any other detail gurus have any input?

http://www.lexol.com/Category_leather.aspx
Hmm, never have heard of lexol before. Do you have experience with this?
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I would use 303 products they make a great cleaner and protectant with the stlye of leather in the STs and regular foci you dont want to use a cream conditioner it will look greasy and attract dust.l
http://www.autogeek.net/16oz.html
I have used 303 for the interior other than the seats. I hadn't realized they made products for leather. How does this compare vs. other products you've used?
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I have used 303 for the interior other than the seats. I hadn't realized they made products for leather. How does this compare vs. other products you've used?
I use the 303 protectant on my leather they don't make a stand alone leather conditioner. The 303 protectant has 100 % SPF in it to
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I use the 303 protectant on my leather they don't make a stand alone leather conditioner. The 303 protectant has 100 % SPF in it to
Hmm, I'll have to try it out, since I have some on hand.
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i used lexol for the first time and i think it turned out great previously i was using meguiars leather cleaner/conditioner wipes
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Old 03-29-2013, 02:46 PM   #9
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Looks like 303 is safe for leather, since the ST seats have a plastic coating based on doing the water droplet testing recommended by the 303 website.
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I've always used lexol. Works good and smells great. Plus they sell it advance auto.
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