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Old 14-01-2018, 01:22 AM   #1
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Day 5 Gyeon Leather

Another review from me.

Thought I would give the Gyeon Leather a try today as both our cars have a leather interior. Mine was only done a few weeks ago with Dr Leather wipes but the other halfs hasn't been done for ages.

The dog doesn't go in the boot but in her fabric crate on the rear seats. We always do our best to dry her off before she goes in and use a blanket to cover the sills and seat edges. But as anyone with a dog will know a few splatters of mud always appear.

I gave both cars a good vacuum before hand and brushed both seats to get debris out the joins. Then sprayed the cloth with a good amount of cleaner and wiped over the seats. The smell I have to mention, I'm not sure what it smells like but I like it. Seats came up great and splashes removed with ease.



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Old 14-01-2018, 09:37 PM   #2
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Do you rate it over Dr Leather? Have you tried their spray?
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Do you rate it over Dr Leather? Have you tried their spray?
I really need to do a side by side on a dirty seat and see if there is a difference.

Only used the wipes never tried the spray

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Old 23-01-2018, 12:58 AM   #4
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Looks like black Dakota leather right? coated leather I believe, I have the same and used BMW’s own cleaner (£6 for a litre and dilutes a lot) it seems to work okay but not night and day, might try that product as I love their other products (rim and tyre coating)
Is that just a cleaner or protectant do does it say?

Currently using 303 aerospace on my bmw leather and it gives a lovely non shiny look
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Yes it is Dakota leather.

Just a cleaner I believe did a job of removing the splashes of mud

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