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post #1 of 9 Old 12-09-2012, 10:46 PM Thread Starter
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can anyone suggest good leather cleaner/conditioner?

currently i use meguiars leather cleaner that I used on my old mazda for a little while. I don't really like it tho. it seems to me like it is greasy or just leaves some kind of film behind. i used to use eagle one nano leather/vinyl cleaner but i think it was discontinued for some reason because i can never find it.

so can anyone recommend anything that won't be greasy or leave any film? i looked around in the detailing part but didnt really find any detail, suggested products

thanks in advance
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post #2 of 9 Old 12-12-2012, 06:46 AM
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Lexol Leather Cleaner is the only product that I have ever found to really do a good job cleaning leather. They also make a conditioner in a brown bottle that I swear by for any of my cars, and recommend to all of my customers!
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If you want high end types of leather cleaner go with wolfgang, blackfire, or leatherique.

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I have a lot of horse tack and use Leather New. It cleans and conditions. It can be picked up in any farmer coop

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Turtle Wax has an Awesome leather cleaner. Im a pro vehicle detailer and I always use them. Here's the seats of my nanas Grand Cherokee before after I cleaned them

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Lexol Leather Cleaner is the only product that I have ever found to really do a good job cleaning leather. They also make a conditioner in a brown bottle that I swear by for any of my cars, and recommend to all of my customers!
2nd that. Stuff works great.
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I enjoy the Mothers brand of products. They have has always done well with anything that I have ever used. I used their vinyl/leather conditioner and cleaner and it works great. The new car smell last long as well.
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I used to use Barbasol Shaving Creme back in the day to soften up and halp form new baseball gloves. I forget the ingredient, but it helps a lot. I used it on old leather seats from my Z car. it works well. I dont know about any potential discoloring, but its cheap.
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+1 for Leatherique. It is definitely a good product though quite expensive.
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