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Old 15-04-2016, 11:14 AM   #91
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Dodo juice supernatural leather cleaner anyone?
Yup. I am on my second bottle. Good stuff for the price.
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Dodo for me, too. Works very well
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I have also bought a new car OP and now need to buy the best leather cleaner /conditioner. I need to know which brand conditioner will be the best? I am seeing good here and there about Meguiar’s product. So, is it good to go with Meguiar’s leather conditioner?

Update: I have placed Meguiars G10916 Leather Cleaner and Conditioner. Lots of review on amazon.

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Old 17-07-2017, 11:47 AM   #94
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I have also bought a new car OP and now need to buy the best leather cleaner/conditioner. I need to know which brand conditioner will be the best? I am seeing good here and there about Meguiar’s product. So, is it good to go with Meguiar’s leather conditioner?
Well if you want THE absolute best, in my opinion the Swissvax leather care kit cannot be beaten. However, it is more expensive than the others.

http://www.swissvax.co.uk/merchant.m...Code=SE1042690

Clean leather with the cleaner and the brush (do not scrub, just agitate), and wipe away with a clean mf (again, only wipe gently, not rub/scrub). Do not apply any pressure with the brush or the mf cloth.

Apply a small amount of leather milk to the white pad and gently massage into the leather. Of course it will appear slightly glossy/oily at first but give it a couple of hours for it to cure and it will dry a matte finish. I usually leave it overnight. Don't buff or wipe this off, just leave it to dry.

Don't bother with the elephant fat if you have a modern car, that's basically 'leather wax' for older classic car leather without a 'top coat' on it. Its good for classic cars as its makes their leather waterproof, but I presume that would be irrelevant to you.
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The vast majority of car interior leathers are made of pigmented leather ... https://www.furnitureclinic.co.uk/Pigmented_Leather
It worth bearing in mind that feeds and conditioners will not penetrate the pigmented surface. However, it is important to "condition" the leather to keep the surface soft and subtle and prevent it from drying out and cracking. Protectors can also prevent oil and water based staining, as well as help reduce friction which in turn reduces scuffing. Ours, also includes a UV inhibitor, which will prevent the sun fading the colour. I would recommend that the leather is cleaned and re-protected every one to three months, depending on the use of the leather.

I hope this helps. If you have any further questions regarding cleaning and protecting your interior leathers, please do not hesitate in contacting me.

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