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Old 13-03-2012, 09:00 AM   #1
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Morning everybody. Right I normaly use G101 to clean leather but I'm thinking of having ago with AS leather cleaner, not used it before so how good is it and how easy is it to use?
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Old 13-03-2012, 10:17 AM   #2
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Use it much like G101. I really like the smell of leather cleaner and it does leave leather feeling very soft. Combine it with Leather Supplement and the results are great. But then I suppose I'm biased!
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Use it much like G101. I really like the smell of leather cleaner and it does leave leather feeling very soft. Combine it with Leather Supplement and the results are great. But then I suppose I'm biased!
You biased Sue! Never
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Used it on my cream leather,unbeatable for the money.
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It's really good, I've used it for years it's really economical too, no risk of damaging leather as with G101 if mixed incorrectly.
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on the instructions for A/s leather cleaner it says mix with warm water is this necessery? if so when it cools down is it less effective?
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Old 15-03-2012, 08:41 PM   #7
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Whats he best dilution to maintain the cleanliness of the leather?
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I use it neat, and it's really good

Use it in the sofa in my house too


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AS leather supplement is very good imo, lovely 'clean' smell if that makes sense lol
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on the instructions for A/s leather cleaner it says mix with warm water is this necessery? if so when it cools down is it less effective?
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Every detergent works better warm - think about the washing up liquid at home. It is more effective if you use warm water than cold. That said, yes you can use it cold if preferred, but you will get better performance warm.
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