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Old 25-05-2018, 04:15 PM   #31
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Received a parcel in the post today. Darryl has sent me a foaming trigger spray to try. Also threw in a bottle of dr leather spray as a double bonus.
Thanks Dr Leather, I will let you know my thoughts once I have tried it out.
That’s great to hear. Please do post your findings
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Old 25-05-2018, 05:13 PM   #32
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Wow, very generous from the company to provide these extras - being sent the foaming head to try is very good customer service and sending a bottle of the cleaner spray is excellent.

Having read this (and seen they’re customer service), I’m going to ask for a bottle of the cleaner / tub of wipes for father day (they’re struggling to know what to get as usual). As I’d like to see what it’ll do to my seats

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I must be doing something wrong, I don’t get a anything like that, my steering wheel is still super shiny .

I don’t use a brush so that must be a factor, but then again you say you didn’t use one on your wheel and that went back to normal....hmm I wonder where I am going wrong.

Great write up mate, the mini seats came up a treat, you could always swap over to the JCW Recaros lol to get rid of the bum sag.
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Old 29-05-2018, 11:49 AM   #34
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Can the wipes be used on seats that have been treated with Gtechniq Leather Guard - or might one product compromise the other.

I am long term user of Gliptone leather cleaner/conditioner, but find it all a bit messy especially on newish hide seats - especially brushing the stuff in and out of contrast stitching. Having been dismissive of using wipes, this review and the manufacturer responses, has tempted me to try the wipes.

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