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Old 17-08-2019, 05:04 PM   #1
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Matt finish leather conditioner/feed

Hi guys as the title,have some 90s leather that has had a deep clean
Looking for a conditioner type product for it to help nourish any reccomendtions?
L1 leather guard has caught my eye so far,ideally don t want any sheen adding to the leather.

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Old 17-08-2019, 11:12 PM   #2
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I would look at LTT Leather or Colourlock products
I’ve used both and been very happy with them
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Old 18-08-2019, 08:06 AM   #3
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I use Dr Leather cleaner, then Gliptone Leather conditioner, couple of applications and then Gtechniq L1 leather guard on top of all that.
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Thank you for the reply gents.
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Gtechniq gear is really good. No, not the only one but covers all.
Waste of time feeding leather if it ain't leather, not many are now, so best to be sure what it is first. forget the manufacturers description.
If it is real leather I would use Liquid leather, love it.
If its not, Gtechniq is a good way to go and my go-to
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Gtechniq gear is really good. No, not the only one but covers all.
Waste of time feeding leather if it ain't leather, not many are now, so best to be sure what it is first. forget the manufacturers description.
If it is real leather I would use Liquid leather, love it.
If its not, Gtechniq is a good way to go and my go-to
Hi mate from what i know it is leather its out of an old Audi 80..has had deep clean and come up really well. Just wanting to keep it nourished but without adding any gloss to it.
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Hi mate from what i know it is leather its out of an old Audi 80..has had deep clean and come up really well. Just wanting to keep it nourished but without adding any gloss to it.
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Just confirm it is real leather and you are correct. If so, Glipstone Liquid leather .. all day long.
Wipe over one seat at a time with a wet cloth first warm water.
Use damp cloth and work it in. Keep the cloth damp.
Move onto next, same, same.
Leave it and heat is your friend here. If too cold it wont work as well or quick and looks tacky, so put heater on or close windows if sunny etc.

Give it a good ole buff off. That leather smell stays in the car for ages. Love this gear, just not many times I can use it.
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Hi mate many thanks for the informative reply.really appreciate the help. Im gona get some on order and give it a shot. Had l1 leather in the basket lol doubt i will need both!
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