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Old 25-03-2015, 04:55 PM   #81
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Anyone is welcome to come along to our Free Leather Discovery Days if you want to learn about how to take care of leather correctly. We also run 1 day Leather ID and Cleaning courses in Harrogate, Cambridge and Scotland for those detailers who are interested in taking the process further.

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Old 03-04-2015, 11:19 PM   #82
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I was going to buy myself the AG leather cleaner and conditioner, but after reading this I may try the "DR"! Can you buy DR Leather at high street stores?
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I was going to buy myself the AG leather cleaner and conditioner, but after reading this I may try the "DR"! Can you buy DR Leather at high street stores?
Hi there - we have all our resellers listed here:

http://www.drleather.com/Leather-Cle...Retailers.aspx

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Anyone have a view on the swisswax range of leather cleaners? Milk?

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I can't see the Dr Leather spray on the clean your car website?
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Old 05-05-2015, 09:29 AM   #86
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Hi there - we have all our resellers listed here:

http://www.drleather.com/Leather-Cle...Retailers.aspx

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I would suggest you either contact your resellers or update your site as none of them stock your full range of products or are out of stock.
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I'll check this out. I heard from Tim at CleanYourCar and they do have stock, but they haven't as of yet updated the website.

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Sorry to bump this thread but I'm looking for a finish such as this preferably with the maximum amount of durability.


Can anyone (if they have the products) do a full on test between Dr Leather, Furniture Clinic, LTT, Gliptone, Autoglym etc, etc.

If these companies are so confident that their product is of an excellent standard, then I'd assume they'd be glad to hand over a sample to the independent reviewer ?
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The 50/50 shot shows the main reason why you shouldn't apply conditioners to finished leather !! Hey ho!
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Dodo juice supernatural leather cleaner anyone?
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